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Over years, the Staff and Board of Directors of the Mexican American Unity Council, Inc. (MAUC) have worked diligently to refine the vision and mission of this venerable organization. Although MAUC has a forty-three year history of serving this community, it is always wise for an organization to assess and adjust priorities in order to meet the needs of a vibrant and diverse city like San Antonio.
It was founded in 1947 to promote social change within the Mexican American communities of Los Angeles. The founding members set out to improve social conditions by promoting participation in the political process. CSO was determined to elect individuals responsive to the needs of the Mexican American community. It met with some success. Through the efforts of CSO, the East Los Angeles community elected the first Mexican American to the city council.