About Us

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The Hispanic Leaders Group of Greater St. Louis (HLG) was founded in 1983 with the purpose of serving the Hispanic community as an umbrella organization for the various Hispanic groups in the St. Louis region.

The founders of HLG had as one of their goals to unite the diverse Hispanic community, and present its voice to the larger society. Anthony B. Ramirez was the initiator of this effort along with a few others.

HLG promotes Hispanic views on issues such as education, culture, language, immigration, policy analysis, health, economic development, organized labor, employment, political awareness, and civil rights.

Membership is open to any established Hispanic group and other groups and individuals who are supportive of the mission and goals of this organization.

HLG members and guests meet six times a year. During the meeting, specialists in their field give short and insightful discourses on their field of expertise or interest. These reunions help keep the community informed of issues of a social, political, or other nature of importance to Hispanics in St. Louis, its surrounding area or across the nation.

The Hispanic Leaders Group of Greater St. Louis is a Missouri not-for-profit corporation. Your contributions are tax deductible within certain limits provided by law. HLG is recognized by the US Internal Revenue Service as an 501(c)(3) organization.

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