– Combating Sexual Assault and any form of Discrimination

May 2018: A group of High School students participating in the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), in partnership with the Hispanic Affairs Project (HAP), visited local businesses to distribute posters as part of the National Sexual Assault Awareness...

– Welcome to Mesa County

The Law Enforcement and Latino Alliance (LELA) welcomes you! Volante en ESPANOL:  Bienvenidos al Condado de Mesa LELA is a collaboration between our Law Enforcement and the Immigrant Community in Mesa County. They are working together to provide a public … Read...

– Celebrating the International Women’s Day

The woman is the Mother, the Daughter, the Friend, the Sister, the Farmworker, the Soldier, the Migrant, the Dreamer, the Organizer, the Comrade, the Member of HAP. We have many reasons to celebrate the  International Woman’s Day. … Read the...

– City Council Join Us in Support to Dreamers

The City Council of Grand Junction and Montrose, in recognition of the contributions of our Dreamers, joined to hundreds of elected officials across the Country in support to Dream Act. They recognize the social and economic impact of youth and … Read the...

-Labor rights victory for H-2A range workers!

As of January 1st, the new minimum monthly wage for sheepherders will be $1,544.07. Two years ago, HAP helped to end 50 years of monopoly by the sheep industry by increasing the basic worker salary from $750 to $1,226 per … Read the...