Luso-Heritage, Cultural and Educational Organizations
- Cabrillo National Monument Library, 1800 Cabrillo Memorial Dr., San Diego, CA 92106, (619) 557-5450
- Hawaii Council Of Portuguese Heritage, 810 N Vineyard Blvd., # 7, Honolulu, HI 96817, (808) 845-1616
- Luso-American Education Foundation, 7080 Donlon Way Ste 202, Dublin, CA 94568, (925) 828-3883
- Portuguese Brazil School, 500 Sutter Street, Suite 310, San Francisco, CA (415) 902-8873
- Portuguese Education Foundation of Central California (P.E.F.C.C.), 321 A Thor St., Dublin , CA
- Portuguese Genealogical Society of Hawaii, 810 N Vineyard Blvd., # 11, Honolulu, HI, (808) 841-5044
- Portuguese Heritage Publications of California, Inc., San Jose, CA, (408) 272-1222
- Portuguese Historical Center, 2831 Avenida De Portugal, San Diego, CA, (619) 223-8893
- Portuguese Historical Society Sacramento, CA
- San Jose High School – Portuguese Club
- San Jose State University – Portuguese Club
- Silicon Valley Portuguese Portuguese Education & Culture Foundation, 1115 East Santa Clara Street, Suite 7, San Jose, CA, firstname.lastname@example.org
- The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture, 285 Old Westport Road, North Dartmouth, MA 02747 (508) 999-8255
- UC Berkeley Portuguese Studies Program, Institute of European Studies
Other interesting Luso information
The Portuguese language is one of the most spoken Romance languages in the world. There are approximately 180 million Portuguese speaking people through-out the world. Approximately 150 million people live in Brazil, about 10 million in Portugal; close to 2.5 million is Galician that speak Galician-Portuguese as their native language. Portuguese is spoken in the five continents, about 4.6 million Portuguese speakers in Africa.
There are approximately 1,500,000 Portuguese speakers in the United States. There are also other Portuguese speakers regions of Indochina and Oceania.
Additionally, there are ~4.6 million Portuguese speakers in Africa.