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El Centro de la Raza strives to use social, cultural, educational, economic and civic activities as vehicles to bring together peoples of all races and refuses to separate our nation’s economic model from the historic tragedy of racism, poverty, and war.



El Centro de la Raza has sought to serve and empower all whom we reach to learn from each other and unite our energies in the noble struggle for basic social change. The provision of a wide range of survival services alone is only a temporary relief for deep societal wounds; it does not address the roots of poverty, discrimination, alienation and despair.

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We Will Never Give In To Injustice

We all know it is a difficult struggle. The organization squarely confronts problems of racism, sexism and other forms of inequality that have bedeviled the world for centuries. These problems were created over many generations and only the progressive march of history will solve them.

El Centro de la Raza’s dedication to solving them by building a sense of community is best expressed in the words of the first of our 12 Principles; all of which speak to the autonomy and to a global agenda and which have guided us with clarity and success through a tumultuous era of history.

“To share, disburse and distribute our services, resources, knowledge and skills to our participants, community, visitors and broader human family with all due dignity for their individuality, needs and condition. To do so creatively with warmth, cultural sensitivity, fairness, enthusiasm, compassion, honesty, optimism, patience and humility in all areas of work.”

The mainstream media, whenever it found it convenient (or necessary ) to cover bits of our story, has always been incomplete, distorted, sensationalized or outright false.

Now, with the brilliant progressive possibilities of cyberspace, we will continue to tell our unfiltered story.

Our organization tries to combine a strong sense of self-worth and connectedness to one’s family and culture with active participation in community affairs. Our collective self governance has developed an extensive network-locally, nationally and internationally-to join diverse peoples, with common problems, in search of effective and just solutions.

Sep. 28, 2024 12:00 AM
Seattle, WA