Sexto Sol Center for Community Action

Sexto Sol Center for Community Action is a non-profit group dedicated to helping indigenous peoples in the Sierra Madre region of Chiapas, Mexico, and repatriated refugees in Guatemala.

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For more than a decade, Sexto Sol has worked to eliminate poverty and restore the environment in the region, using a variety of methods to do so, including cooperative enterprise, environmentally friendly agriculture and natural conservation, as well as education initiatives.

Edward James Olmos is a longstanding supporter of the group and his fans annually make contributions in his name for his birthday (February 24).

If you'd like to make a donation, check out the sidebar. If you'd like to learn more about Sexto Sol Center, visit their official website.

A Special Way to Help...

The Human Race t-shirt from offers you a special way to contribute to the mission of this small non-profit's mission of helping the region's indigenous peoples -- an unique t-shirt design that is available for sale with the sole purpose of helping fund the outreach efforts of Sexto Sol.

The shirt shows your support for the Human Race -- believing in the unity of peoples while celebrating the diversity of cultures.

If you're looking for something a bit different, our shop offers other designs that pay tribute to some of Mr. Olmos' most famous roles, TV shows, and films, including that of Gaff in Blade Runner, Stand and Deliver, Zoot Suit, "Miami Vice", and "Battlestar Galactica".

All proceeds from sales go directly to the Sexto Sol Center. Olmos Perfect in no way profits.

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