Multicultural Resources in Holland
The Holland community offers a wealth of diversity resources and initiatives.
The Alliance for Cultural and Ethnic Harmony
is dedicated to promoting unity, justice, equal opportunity, ethnic awareness, cross-cultural understanding and appreciation for diversity.
Grand Valley State University's Diversity Resource Offices
serve faculty, staff, students, and the community through its Inclusion and Equity Office, Disability Support Services, LGBT Resource Center, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Padnos International Center, and Women's Center.
The Hispanic Center of West Michigan
serves as a resource for the Hispanic and broader community.
The West Michigan Hispanic Chamber
is dedicated to working with all members of the community to increase the economic advancement of Hispanic owned businesses and to assist in the professional growth of Hispanic business leaders in West Michigan.
The Lakeshore Diversity Alliance
works to dismantle barriers to ensure people of all ethnic backgrounds have equal access and opportunity to participate fully in the life of the community.
The mission of LAUP
is to empower Latinos to build a better community for all through supportive services.
The National Diversity Education Program
is a multi-year joint project of the Japanese American National Museum and the National Center for the Preservation of Democracy.