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Civic Education Window at the Mexican Consulate in Raleigh

  • Visit the Civic Education Window in Raleigh, NC.
  • The Mexican Consulate announced this new service.
  • It promotes participation in politics.

A new service has been launched for Mexicans residing in North Carolina.

The Mexican Consulate in Raleigh has taken a significant step with the opening of its new Civic Education Window (Ventanilla de Educación Cívica).

The aim is to provide information, guidance and resources on civil and political rights.

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Opening times and location of the political education window

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This initiative also aims to promote popular participation in elections in Mexico and the United States.

The Civic Education Window is open Mondays and Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. local time.

According to Enlace Latino NC, this will be at the consulate headquarters at 431 Raleigh View Road, Raleigh.

It should be noted that the Civic Education Window at the Mexican Consulate will begin its work on April 22nd.

Meaning and objectives of the project

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This new service will not only benefit local residents but will also extend to mobile consulates.

This will be reflected in the Saturday meetings and events organized by El Pueblo and its local partners.

Karina Neyra, director of community development and services at El Pueblo, emphasized the importance of motivating Mexicans in the Carolinas to fulfill their civic duty.

She also called on the community to participate in the elections in Mexico scheduled for June 2nd.

The Mexican consulate wants to prevent the Latino vote

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Additionally, efforts to boost Latino voting for the November 5 U.S. election while providing information to promote citizenship will continue.

“We will focus on motivating Mexicans in the Carolinas to fulfill their civic duty and participate in the Mexican elections on June 2,” Neyra said.

“At the same time, we will continue to advance the Latino vote for the US elections on November 5th,” she emphasized.

This collaborative effort requires active participation from El Pueblo's Community Leadership and Action Committee (CLAC) members and the organization's staff.

Commitment to Mexicans in North Carolina

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Their commitment and effort are critical to ensuring that the community has access to the information necessary to exercise their rights in an informed and responsible manner.

The opening of the Civic Education window represents a step forward in promoting citizen participation.

It also highlights the empowerment of the Mexican community currently living in North Carolina.

It aims to empower citizens to make informed decisions on political and civic matters by providing clear information and useful resources.

A source of reliable information

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The Mexican Consulate in Raleigh is proud to offer this new service.

According to Enlace Latino NC, it reflects its commitment to the community and its support for the active participation of Mexicans in civic and political life locally and internationally.

The Civic Education Window becomes a one-stop shop for those seeking reliable information and advice on their rights and responsibilities as Mexican citizens abroad.

Watch a video of the signing of the agreement at the Mexican Consulate HERE.

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