The mission of the Latino Leadership Institute is to empower Latinos and other minorities by increasing their participation in the democratic process. This is accomplished by training, organizing and mobilizing leaders into an agenda that reflects their aspirations and values.

Latino Leadership Institute
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LATINO LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE

Latino Leadership Institute trains, organizes and mobilizes underrepresented New Yorkers. The goal is to promote nonpartisan voter education and mobilization, neighborhood advocacy, and political campaign efforts grounded in the needs and aspirations of the community.

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Addressing the Silent Pandemic Webinar Video

Addressing the Silent Pandemic Webinar Video

Thank you to Eli Valentin and Marta Ramos for an informative event on the mental health crisis. If you missed...

Addressing the Silent Pandemic: A Looming Mental Health Crisis?

Addressing the Silent Pandemic: A Looming Mental Health Crisis?

Join us for a webinar on the mental health crisis, its causes, and some steps towards addressing it. This event...

Columbia Interview with Jaime Estades: Video on Using Theatre to Teach

Columbia Interview with Jaime Estades: Video on Using Theatre to Teach

Below is the link to the Facebook Live video on Using Theatre to Teach Power, Race, Oppression & Privilege with...

Social Impact LIVE: Using Theatre to Teach Power, Race, Oppression and Privilege

Social Impact LIVE: Using Theatre to Teach Power, Race, Oppression and Privilege

We want to share this event happening tomorrow through the Columbia School of Social Work: Join us for tomorrow’s episodeĀ of...

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Gilda Ann Brasch, an award-winning producer and director, tells tales of underdog heroes. She helped produce and direct Oprah Winfrey’s ABC primetime special, “Building A Dream,” the acclaimed documentary on The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy in South Africa. Most recently Brasch executive produced five seasons of VH1’s hit franchise “Love & Hip Hop.”

Inspired after meeting Nelson Mandela in South Africa, and filming in his prison cell of 27 years, Brasch founded VUSI Filmworks with a focus on filmmaking for social change.