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Raúl H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives


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Overview

The Raúl H. Castro Institute (RCI), named after the first and only Mexican-American Governor of Arizona (1975-1977), is a non-profit organization and collaborative effort of the Arizona Governor’s office and various Higher Education institutions in Arizona.

The RCI is a "Do Tank" focusing on issues that affect the Latino community in Arizona, with emphasis on education, health and human services, leadership and civic participation.

Latino Perspectives Media (LPM) publishes Latino Perspectives Magazine ­ telling the story of Arizona Latinos defining and pursueing the American dream with cultural pride. LPM also publishes individual books on Arizona Latino History, such as Faces of Post 41, contained herein.

Contact Latino Perspectives Media at:
3877 North 7th Street,
Phoenix, AZ 85014
(602) 277-0130
info[at]latinopm.com
Visit Latino Perspectives online at http://latinopm.com/.

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Contact

Raúl H. Castro Institute of Phoenix College
640 N. 1st Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85003
(602) 223-4051
raul.castro.institute[at]pcmail.maricopa.edu
https://www.phoenixcollege.edu/campus-life/raul-castro-institute

Rights & Reproduction

Raul Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Media. Contact info[at]latinopm.com to inquire about permissions or reproductions.

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