Read about Michigan's vibrant, productive and patriotic Hispanic American Community through positive imaging articles making us all proud of our presence and participation in the United States of America!
In our latest issue we salute Black History Month and give homage to our late brother in advocacy, Robert LaDew who founded The Community Empowment Project and recently inspired a radio station to return to it's original organization associates of this great leader in Grand Rapids. Listen to 97.3 FM available in Grand Rapids and online at 973theheat.com
The Community Voice/La Voz is an advocacy oriented publication providing news, commentary, education and entertainment for our diverse community of Americans!
Our multicultural approach is intentional. We must build an America that appreciates diversity and respects all cultures!
The Community Voice/La Voz is Michigan's largest full color bilingual and free Hispanic magazine serving the interests of our community since 1981. Printed in English and Spanish La Voz can be read by everyone! U.S. born and recent immigrant issues are addressed in each monthly issue! We focus on positive imaging!
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