LULAC Council #1 2022 Feria De Las Flores
LULAC Council #12022 Feria De Las Flores


LULAC'S Mission

The Mission of the League of United Latin American Citizens is to advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of the Hispanic population of the United States

LULAC Council #1

12th Annual First Responders Charity Bowl 2019

12th annual first responders charity bowl was held this year at the Portland sports complex by the Gregory Portland high school, it was a great turnout.

Flag football scores:

Corpus Christi fire department 12

Ralph Tom Police Department zero

second game:

Corpus Christi fire department 22

Corpus Christi Police Department 0

it was a great turnout wonderful day for a flag football game wonderful competition wonderful gathering a very successful event would like to thank all our major sponsors, as well as our players, Corpus Christi fire department, Corpus Christi Police Department, Nueces County law enforcement, Robstown  Law enforcement

2021,                  62th annual Féria de las Flores

this year’s 62 th annual Feria De Las Flores Queen is

Miss Melissa Calderon, LULAC Council #1 would like to thank our 59th Feria de Las Flores Queen Ms. Carla Zamora for a wonderful year represented LULAC Council number one.

2022  63rd annual Feria De Las Flores

Miss Brianna Gonzalea 63rd Feria De Las Flores Queen

We have the right, as written in the Constitution, “to secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity.”
The fact is, the journey to form “a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, (and) promote the general welfare” has not always been an easy one.
Along the way to secure all the people's civil rights, there were rough patches of discrimination, insensitivity and downright meanness as we attempted to secure our piece of the American Dream and survive in this United States.
After the violence, the lynchings  - and, in the case of the Mexico-Tejano, the loss of land and property - De facto discrimination took the form of home loan denials, school segregation and lack of access to higher education. We all  felt the weight of having to prove again and again that we, too, were worthy of a diploma, degree or job – even a simple meal at a restaurant.  
It is incumbent upon us to  honor that struggle and never forget that freedom is not free and that we must always be vigilant to protect our civil rights. Ever since 1929, the League of United Latin American Citizens has been  there for us, our country. We are still needed. The fight goes on and we are still here. 
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