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Established in 1976, the Office on Latino Affairs (MOLA) is part of the Executive Office of the Mayor of Washington, DC. The Office on Latino Affairs (OLA) was established in 1976 when the District Council passed the Latino Community Development Act, DC Law 1-86.
2000 14th St NW, Fl 2nd
Washington D.C., DC
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The Mayor’s Office on Latino Affairs (MOLA) was established in 1976 when the District Council passed the Latino Community Development Act, DC Law 1-86. It was the Council's intention for MOLA, which is part of the Executive Office of the Mayor, to work with the Mayor, the Council, District Government Agencies as well as private, community based organizations and businesses to ensure that "a full range of health, education, employment and social services" are available to all Latino residents living in the District of Columbia. The law also mandates MOLA to strengthen the infrastructure of community based agencies and businesses serving the Latino community and to seek funding and provide grants for special programs and projects related to its mandate. MOLA also assists District Government agencies in complying with the provisions of the DC Language Access Act of 2004 serving as collaborative and consultative body to the Language Access Program of the District of Columbia giving expertise and knowledge pertaining to the delivery of culturally and linguistically competent services for the DC Latino population.