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Your Contribution Will Help Preserve the Cultures, Arts, History & Heritage of Rhode Island Latinos

The Latino Oral History Project is managed by Rhode Island Latino Arts. Nuestras Raices is Rhode Island’s first oral history project that celebrates the history and tells the stories of our Latino pioneers.

Rhode Island Latino Arts (RILA) is a major source of information on Latino arts, cultures and history in Rhode Island. Through its website, a number of arts groups and venues share information about their events on the RILA arts calendar. This is a free, online calendar that lists and showcases the Latino arts and culture-related activities in Rhode Island

This site also hosts the RI Latino Artists Directory and Speakers Bureau, the Latino Artists Network Blog and the Hispanic Heritage Month calendar of events. There is no charge to participate in our forums or to post your events. Most of our activities are offered free of charge or for a small fee because we believe in making everything accessible to all.

Support the work of this organization. Make a donation and ensure that this unique arts coverage can continue to help enrich countless lives. When you support RILA and the Nuestras Raíces, you support Latino artists along with the art, cultures, voices and history of Latinos in Rhode Island.

RILA is the parent organization of Nuestras Raíces: Latino Oral History Project of Rhode Island

Click on the button to donate via PayPal or by credit card. You can also mail a check (a tax-exempt contribution) made payable to:

Rhode Island Latino Arts
PO Box 25118
Providence, RI 02905

Rhode Island Latino Arts is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization. Please consider making a donation through the State Employees Charitable Appeal (SECA) campaign, which is managed by the United Way.
Pledges to the SECA Campaign represent contributions for which no goods or services will be received. In order to ensure that you have the necessary documentation to deduct your contributions to the full extent of the law, donors paying by check whose 2013 contribution exceeds $250 will be issued a written receipt upon request to the SECA Director. Donors giving through payroll deduction should retain their brochure and their year-end pay stub showing the total deducted.

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