We hope you will find the following resources helpful in connecting you with organizations and services in the larger Twin Cities Hispanic/ Latino community. Including all available information would not be possible, but these links serve as a source in highlighting some of the resources available in the Twin Cities.
- Minneapolis–St. Paul chapter of National Society of Hispanic MBAs (Awarded #1 Chapter in 2012)
- Minnesota Hispanic Bar Association
- Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers Twin Cities Chapter
- ALPFA Twin Cities Chapter
- Cinco de Mayo Festival
- Festival of Nations
- Danza Mexica Cuauhtemoc is a community of people dedicated to the preservation, promotion and practice of the Mexica/ Azteca culture including ceremonies, dance, accurate history, arts and craft, and philosophies to name a few.
- Hispanic Advocacy and Community Empowerment through Research
- Kalpulli Ketzal Coatlicue Aztec Dance Group is a Kalpulli (learning community) of Indigenous people joined by the desire to learn, share and live the tradition of Aztec dance
- Latino Ministries, Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis
- La Voz Latina is a Spanish language newspaper servicing the Twin Cities.
Undergraduate Justice and Peace Studies major Heaven Fekadu poses for a portrait in front of a mural in South Minneapolis September 6, 2012. Fekadu conducted a study on a local organization called "Mentoring Peace Through Art." The group paints murals in an effort to reduce graffiti and petty crime. One of the co-founders, Jimmy Longoria, is the only Chicano/Latino/Hispanic to be awarded a Bush Foundation Artist Fellowship, and he is the only Minnesotan to have art in the permanent collection of Chicago’s National Museum of Mexican Art, the largest collection of Mexican Art outside Mexico.