Tequio Youth

Tequio Youth Group develops the leadership skills of indigenous Mexican youth to promote indigenous pride, encourage academic achievement, and advocate against bullying of indigenous young people.

Radio Indígena 94.1FM

Our radio station will fill a linguistic and informational gap experience by indigenous Mexicans living and working in Oxnard, California.

Literacy and Education (Plaza Comunitaria)

Plaza Comunitaria offers literacy classes to adults above the age of 15 who wish to continue their primary and secondary education. Students work through curriculum from INEA (Instituto Nacional para la Educación de los Adultos) and are lead by two instructors. Students can receive Mexican elementary and secondary graduation equivalencies.

Learning with Mom and Dad – Healthy Baby

Because the majority of Mixtecs living in Ventura County are young familities with small children, MICOP offers Bebe Sano (well baby) classes that teach the basics of well-baby care while simultaneously training Mixteco-speaking community health workers to conduct the classes in community settings.

Indigenous Language Services

Mixteco Interpreter Services (MIS) provides professional Mixtec interpreters to help local agencies better communicate with their Mixteco-speaking clientele.