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Ralph C. Carmona

Spokesman

League of United Latin American Citizens

HQ Phone:  (202) 833-6130

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League of United Latin American Citizens

1133 19th Street NW Suite 1000

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20036

United States

Company Description

About The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) is the nation's largest and oldest civil rights volunteer-based organization that empowers Hispanic Americans and builds strong Latino communities...more

Background Information

Employment History

Adjunct Professor

Southern Maine Community College


Purchasing and Inventory Control Manager (Engineering)

Hilton Inc.


Adjunct Professor

Portland League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) in Maine


Instructor

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Portland, Maine


Affiliations

Police Department, City of Portland, Maine

Chair, First Parish Faith In Action Committee


Web References(32 Total References)


National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

www.historycommons.org [cached]

Ralph Carmona, spokesman for the League of United Latin American Citizens, says LePage's comments today put him in mind of his fall campaign promise to tell President Obama to "go to hell.
Carmona says: "The governor's comments are creating, have the potential to create, a real racial dilemma for all Mainers. Entity Tags:Barack Obama, Benjamin Jealous, Bob Talbot, Jonathan Capehart, Dan Demeritt, Ralph Carmona, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Paul LePage, Rachel Talbot Ross, John Baldacci


Context of 'December 10, 2001: Campus Newsletter Slams Ashcroft's 'Phantoms of Lost Liberty' Assertion'

historycommons.org [cached]

Ralph Carmona, spokesman for the League of United Latin American Citizens, says LePage's comments today put him in mind of his fall campaign promise to tell President Obama to "go to hell.
Carmona says: "The governor's comments are creating, have the potential to create, a real racial dilemma for all Mainers. Entity Tags:Barack Obama, Benjamin Jealous, Bob Talbot, Jonathan Capehart, Dan Demeritt, Ralph Carmona, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Paul LePage, Rachel Talbot Ross, John Baldacci


www.lincolncountyrepublicans.org

Ralph Carmona, president of Portland League of United Latin American Citizens, and Marc Mutty, treasurer of the group, met with Gov.
"The purpose of the meeting with the governor was to see if we can move forward and get beyond the kind of chaotic discourse that's occurred in the public arena," Carmona said. "To express our disagreements with him on a number of issues." One of those disagreements comes over an executive order LePage signed in January that requires workers at the state Department of Health and Human Services to verify that those seeking assistance are in the country legally. Carmona presented the governor with a program from last month's Cesar Chavez ceremony, which LePage did not attend. Carmona has also been critical of the governor for directing that all Department of Labor conference rooms be renamed, including one that was named after Chavez. Carmona said LePage brought up the issue of the labor mural removal. Carmona said the decision to remove the mural goes beyond dollars and cents. "Working people like all people look at quality of life beyond just a direct benefit or a direct wage," he said. "They look at all the things around them." Carmona said the governor did assure him that he wanted to travel to Lewiston and Portland to hold forums with immigrants.


www.www.cooperativeresearch.org

Ralph Carmona, spokesman for the League of United Latin American Citizens, says LePage's comments today put him in mind of his fall campaign promise to tell President Obama to "go to hell.
Carmona says: "The governor's comments are creating, have the potential to create, a real racial dilemma for all Mainers. Entity Tags:Barack Obama, Benjamin Jealous, Bob Talbot, Jonathan Capehart, Dan Demeritt, Ralph Carmona, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Paul LePage, Rachel Talbot Ross, John Baldacci


www.pressherald.com

By RALPH CARMONA
Ralph Carmona is president of the Maine League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC).


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