DUSA Participates in Student Voter Registration Day at Walton High School
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Get Out and VOTE on 6/28! [MAJOR POST-ELECTION UPDATE]

[UPDATE: DUSA just wrapped up the most successful and extraordinary mobilization effort in the history of the Dominican-American community. We knocked on over 31,000 doors, made 37,000 phone calls, and sent out 51,000 mailers over the course of 2 weeks. Beyond the...

Visita de estudiantes PUCMM Santiago, RD

Dominicanos USA de la ciudad de Nueva York, tuvo el placer de recibir en sus instalaciones el pasado Jueves 5 de Mayo, a una delegación de 22 estudiantes de Postgrado de la facultad de negocios internacionales de la Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra...

Dominicanos USA and #VOTEBETTERNY Advocate for Voting Reform

Last Tuesday, May 3, 25 volunteers from Dominicanos USA participated in the third annual Voter Day by NYC Votes and the New York City Campaign Finance Board. The day consisted of 200 volunteers from organizations all over the State of New York heading to Albany for...

Galeria Quisqueya

In an effort to spread its message of civic education and voter participation, Dominicanos USA (DUSA) announced its new art exhibition of Dominican-American artists in New York City – Galería Quisqueya. Members of the community, prominent community and business...

Dominicanos USA Celebrates Women’s History Month: Nellie Gorbea

Continuing our celebration of Women’s History Month, we place the spotlight on the Rhode Island Secretary of State, Nellie M. Gorbea, a proud Latina of Puerto Rican descent. Since being sworn in on January 6, 2015, Gorbea has already begun making amazing strides to...

Dominicanos USA celebrates Women’s History Month

Natalia Rosa, like many powerful women, wears many hats. She is a mother, daughter, aunt, sister and friend to many. Along with all of these she has become a leader in the Dominican-American community through her work as Rhode Island State Director for Dominicanos...

What it means to be a Dominican-American

“Pride” is the most used term when describing one’s thoughts on being Dominican. I know it is something that I always feel when I see our beautiful flag and every time I think about our beautiful country. Growing up as a first generation Dominican-American came with...

DUSA Artist Reception

Last night Dominicanos USA hosted its first ever Dominican American Artist Reception for the respected and prolific Bronx-based artist Persio Minier. Mr. Minier’s art has been located at the DUSA New York office since November 2015 and will be up until the end...

Naturalization Ceremonies

Our mission to empower the Dominican-American community is best displayed when we attend naturalization ceremonies because we have the opportunity to register brand new American citizens to vote. We enjoy attending these ceremonies because it allows us to meet people...

Generation Citizen: Civics Day

This past December, our Rhode Island senior staff Natalia Rosa and Isseniel Rodriguez were honored to judge Generation Citizen’s bi-annual event – Civics Day. They had the pleasure of listening to some intelligent youths present their solutions to the issues they...

100k Celebration!

DUSA took a moment to celebrate having registered 100,000 Dominican-Americans to vote in RI and NY- a historic accomplishment in US history. A well-attended cocktail reception was held at Providence’s Marriott Hotel, where guests enjoyed cocktails and hors d’oeuvres...

Dominicanos USA registra a mas de 100,000 votantes 

Nueva York –  En una victoria para la comunidad Domínico-Americana, la organización Dominicanos USA (DUSA) supero su meta de registro de votantes y anuncio que tiene registrado más de 100,000 Domínico-Americanos en Nueva York y Rhode Island en su primer año de...

Dominicanos USA registers over 100,000 voters 

New York City – In a triumph for the Dominican-American community, Dominicanos USA (DUSA) blew past its goal and announced it had registered more than 100,000 Dominican-Americans in New York and Rhode Island in their first year of voter registration efforts as part of...

Election Day

We were honored to be invited by NYC votes to join them for their press conference on Election Day. We look forward to continuing our work with them as we strive to further increasing civic engagement within the community for the 2016 election cycle. Thanks again to...

#DUSA100K

There was a need within the Dominican-American community which led to an idea to increase civic engagement within the Dominican-American by registering, educating and mobilizing the community to go out and vote. In 2013, that idea became the non-profit organization...