¡celebrate 20 years of lUPE! 🥳

Sign your name to say, "Happy 20th anniversary, LUPE!"

Since 2003, La Unión del Pueblo Entero has served the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas. With roots in the farm worker movement started by Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta, LUPE proudly represents more than 8,000 members who are committed to advocating for a border region where everyone can thrive.

Stay tuned for our special announcements and events throughout 2023. Sign your name so you're among the first to know!

Cultivando nuestras semillas: 2023 — 2024 exhibition 🖼


El Movimiento Continúa: Cultivando Nuestras Semillas is a bilingual exhibition curated by La Unión del Pueblo Entero (LUPE) and Center for Mexican American Studies at UTRGV. The exhibition highlights eight prominent themes that explore the history, culture, and present-day influence of the farm worker movement in South Texas. This exhibit is part of LUPE’s 20th anniversary series.

This is a travel exhibition. The inaugural stop will be at the City of Alamo Museum from May 1 - June 30, 2023.

To celebrate the kick-off of our exhibition, join us on May 4 at 6 PM for the grand opening reception at the City of Alamo Museum. Free entrance and all are welcome!

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20 years, 20 stories 🎥