Centro Latino

Planting the Seed, Growing the Future

1208 S 10th St
Tacoma, WA 98405

Phone: (253) 572-7717
Fax: (253) 572-7837
Mon-Thu, 10:00-3:30

Serving Pierce County's Latino community since 1984.

Adrian Ordoñez Tostega teaches computer literacy in Centro Latino's computer lab.

Centro News

Community Dialogue Reports

June 16, 2016 | Special Events

We are pleased to present the summary reports from the 2015-2016 Intercommunity Peace & Justice Center community dialogues. Centro Latino had the honor of hosting one of the dialogue events, which brought together leaders from a variety of non-profit organizations in the Latino community to identify issues and brainstorm paths to ...

The Real Meaning of Cinco de Mayo (updated)

March 8, 2016 | Articles

Antonio Sanchez, Ph.D, Centro board member and Assistant Director of Government Relations at Central Washington University, has written an article explaining the true origins of the Cinco de Mayo holiday. If you have ever been curious, download the essay here (DOCX) to find out what it's all about! The article is available in both English and Spanish.

Centro Latino's mission is to create an environment in which the rapidly growing Latino community has opportunities allowing them to effectively participate in and contribute to the success of Pierce County.