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COVID-19 Notice

In light of the impact that the novel COVID-19 has had globally, at Dominicanos USA, we have implemented new procedures and strategies to be able to counteract and collaborate with stopping the spread of the coronavirus by working from home and thus continue offering the services and necessary information that will help us overcome the obstacles we are currently facing.

#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 Dominicanos USA (DUSA), a non-partisan effort focused on the empowerment of the Dominican-American community, first in New York then into Rhode Island. Fast-forward two years, DUSA proud to announce a total of 100,000 registrants nationally between our two offices, making DUSA the largest effort to increase Dominican-American civic engagement. (more…)

Dominicans Begin to Flex Political Muscle

By: TANZINA VEGA

The namesake company of one of the wealthiest and most powerful families in the Dominican Republic is backing a multistate effort to register Dominican-Americans to vote and increase civic participation as Dominicans become more active in United States politics, especially in the Northeast. (more…)

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