November 5, 2023
Hello, Ana! I have never heard of LULAC but I think it’s really interesting that it is an amalgamation of multiple organizations! I don’t think that this is something that you see too often and clearly appears to be super affective! I love that they have ad and been able to facilitate real world change through the multiple supreme court cases that were mentioned in your infographic. This is one of the infographics that I’ve seen that’s highlighted a group or organization that has and continues to make substantial and significant change not just in the United State, but in multiple parts of the world. Very well done!
Ana, I think it’s important to highlight how important LULAC is to our Latino community. They’ve done so much work to bring progress to our community. I appreciate you citing cases that they assisted with, because it will allow me to look further into how they helped out.
I felt that this infographic could have had more information, at least about the Supreme Court cases. It would have been interesting to read about something specific LULAC has done to help Latino advocacy, so that one might obtain an idea of the significance or impact of their work. Otherwise, this was good for presenting general information on one advocacy group.
Wow! I did not know about the League of United Latin American Citizens and their contribution towards Latino rights. I find it inspiring that there are 1,000 councils fighting for better education and overall quality of life for Latinos. Civic liberties should be available for everyone regardless of their ethnicity and LULAC is a great driver for this mission.
The infographic of The Struggles of the Latino Community: LULAC was informative. The six cases that were heard at the Supreme Court demonstrate the need for LULAC and continued advocacy. I enjoyed the historical information on how LULAC was created by 4 organizations and now has over 1,000 council members. It is important to observe how LULAC continued to advocate for more effective policies regarding discrimination and education. Good job Ana.
I would like to see more information about LULAC and the specific challenges of the Latino community. I think this infographic is a good starting point but there is some information missing. Based on the title it appears to focus on the struggle of the Latino community but I don’t get that based on the information presented in the infographic. I’m genuinely confused but it looks nice!
This is a very good infographic, Ana. Although I do wish there was more information on the cases or just a brief summary about them and how it affected latinos. Loved the fact that you are talking about LULAC, but as someone who has never heard of it, I wish there was more background information.
Very interesting to learn about LULAC as we have classmates who have been involved in that space as well as us learning about Choco Meza and her fight for equality for Latinos when it came to districts and adequate voting representation. It’s nice to know this information in such a Latin/Hispanic populated city like San Antonio, LULAC impresses me because of there victory’s in court as well as how well known they are around my campus.
I really like the colors of the infographic. I truly wish more information was provided as this is a very important topic. I enjoyed I enjoyed the supreme court cases shown but I wish there was more information about them.
Azariel Del Carmen
I have never heard of LULAC up until now. You explained well what LULAC is and what they do and how they were made which is a nice addition to their story. I will say that I would have wanted to learn more on what rights they advocated for that were successfully been able to be made so there would be a good idea on what they already done for the Latino community like what each court case they took part in got for Latinos. While you do present a good explanation on what they advocate, this was just a small detail I would like to have learned more Overall the infographic is decent I will say.