Our Vote is our Voice
Our Voice is our Vote
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Maria Berlin is the Executive Director of HHAVT and the founder of the ND Hispanic Caucus.
Michael was the first in his family to attend university and is a graduate of the University of California, and the University of North Dakota. He has worked in California, England, and North Dakota, and is proud to continue the tradition of Mexican-Norwegians in North Dakota (a state that his mother's family
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· To strengthen and empower the Hispanic Community by raising awareness and leveraging the opportunities that Hispanics provide to any political party by promoting the voting rights of Hispanics/Latinos and other minorities.
· Advocate for immigration reform that can stop the separation of families; · Advocate for healthcare for minorities without a voice.
Hispanic population opportuneness and enhancing voting rights and choices to the Hispanics now living in North Dakota. HHAVT seeks to establish partnerships with other Hispanic and non-Hispanic organization by offering educational and leadership development programs, services and activities that promote the development of participants as effective professionals and strong leaders. HHAVT endorses its mission of developing and implementing programs that promote the integration of Hispanic immigrants into the North Dakota society by implementing proven strategies for reaching the Hispanic community externally and leveraging Hispanic talent internally.
HHAVT has successfully helped dozens of green card holders become US citizens and is currently helping those that meet all immigration requirements to have a legal status become legal.
HHAVT ha logrado el exito en que decenas de personas que tenian la targeta verde o sea residentes legales de estados unidos se hayan convertido en ciudadanos estadunidenses y actualmente esta ayudando aquellos que reunen los requisitos para obtener un estatus legal, se conviertan en residentes legales de EEUU.
Maria Berlin, executive director of the Hispanic Have a Voice Too, is a vivid advocate for immigration reform including the "Dreamers" and the separation of families among many other immigration issues. (Photo by Joshua Komer/Grand Forks Herald)