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HA News – Mar 2023
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HA News – Feb 2023
At the Hispanic Alliance, we are committed to championing inclusion in all aspects. As one of the six core values of our organization, we celebrate diversity of people, culture, and perspective in everything we do; our different experiences and backgrounds are an asset to strengthening the fabric of our communities in South Carolina.
HA News – Jan 2023
Your News, Your Announcements – Serving Our Community by connecting you with Our Network. Read the January installment of the HA Network Newsletter.
The Student DREAMers Alliance Awarded $70,000 from the McNulty Foundation
Awarded through the Global Impact Fund, the funding will support the implementation and growth of Inclusion-based Leadership Development in South Carolina.
Defining Potential – Diana Hoyos Lopez
“My immigration status does not define my potential as a human being”
Creating a United Future – Daniel Cubides
“United, we can make something better. SDA pushed me so I can realize who I am and what I can do”
Finding Her Voice – Arleth Angeles Mendoza
“SDA helps students like me feel like they’re a part of something, feel like they’re being supported throughout their path.”
2022-23 Class of Student DREAMers Alliance Announced
Hispanic Alliance is excited to introduce our 6th class of Student DREAMers Alliance (SDA) in Greenville and the Inaugural Class of SDA in Charleston, South Carolina.
HHS Awards $1.5M to Advance Equity in Public Health
A strategic partnership between three non-profit organizations and two universities has received a grant award of $1.5 million dollars from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) through the Office of Minority Health (OMH). The collaboration, named the Equity in Public Health Initiative (EPHI), aims to improve the health of Black and Hispanic individuals living in Greenville County by addressing policies and practices that contribute to structural racism and perpetuate health inequities.
2021: A Landmark Year
After a grueling year in 2020 addressing the critical needs in our community surrounding the pandemic, the Hispanic Alliance, like all of us, hoped things would get back to a sense of “normal”.
A United Community
The Hispanic Alliance began as a grassroots organization of collective volunteer endeavor. In 2021, volunteers remain the center of our community, driving the upstate forward to a bright & inclusive future.
A Shared Experience in the Arts
Hispanic Alliance is proud to have fostered an inclusive community dialogue about our own transformation as people and as a community by showcasing the art of a world-renowned Mexican artist in the heart of Downtown Greenville.