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List of Resources for Hayward & Alameda County (by Mark Salinas)

Attention Hayward and Alameda county! A great share with your friends, families, and neighbors. Please find below an invaluable list of websites, resources, and services for families in Hayward, in Alameda County, and throughout California. If you have questions, message Mark [see bottom] and he will do his best to connect you to the appropriate […]

[watch] Daily Corona virus updates by Gavin Newsom, California Governor

Governor Gavin Newsom provides daily updates on California’s response to the #COVID19 outbreak Starting April 6th, our governor will provide news briefings and take answers from the community and media. See a list of California resources below. California Governor Gavin Newsom has provided updates on the state’s emergency actions to stand up alternate care facilities […]

How much will Americans get paid by Coronavirus stimulus bill?

Most adults will get checks of $1,200 per person and $3,400 per family of 4 in the massive coronavirus stimulus bill. When? NBC News reported that for Americans who haven’t set up direct deposits with the federal government, it could take much longer: up to five months for about 60 million Americans to receive a […]

Las Cafeteras + Bernie Sanders Rally // San Jose

Rally in San Jose with Bernie Sanders ft. Las Cafeteras Sunday at 12 PM – 3 PM South Hall, San Jose McEnery Convention Center 435 S Market St, San Jose, California 95113. Who are Las Cafeteras? See below their biography and Bay Area shows! RSVP HERE: https://events.berniesanders.com/event/251664/ About: If you vote-by-mail, be sure to bring […]

Empowering Womxn of Color All Stars Night & Reception // Berkeley

Support up and coming womxn of color artists, poets and musicians this International Womxn’s Day! March 8 @ 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm. La Pena 3105 Shattuck Berkeley, CA United States. Schedule: Performances only: $5 Advance / $10 Door Performances + Reception: $25 / Student discount: $20 Doors open: 5:30pm Performances: 6pm-8pm Reception: 8pm-9:30pm   […]

Celebrations: Martin Luther King Jr. Day // Bay Area

MLK Day of Celebration & Volunteering Every year, the Bay Area celebrates the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a series of festivals, marches and celebrations highlighted by a march and festival near the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Most of the events are organized by the NorCalMLK Foundation. Events listed by […]

[free] Facing Immigrants, Facing Ourselves // San Rafael

You will have the opportunity to share your family’s immigration story, and hear from others, in a safe, intimate setting. Please consider bringing a small artifact (photo, recipe, etc.) that represents your family’s point of origin. Hosted by Osher Marin JCC Taube Center for Jewish Peoplehood and 9 others Sunday at 1 PM – 4 […]

Luz: a shadow play inspired by senior stories // San Jose

Desplazarse hacia abajo para español Don’t miss the world premiere of this unique shadow puppet play created by local playwright Cristal González Avila based on real stories gathered from seniors and elders in our community. Remember and share our San José stories! Luz is performed bilingually in English and Spanish. Seating is General Admission. Perfect […]

National Voter Registration Day on September 27

Latino Complete Count of San Mateo County Convening

We cordially invite you to a meeting and lunch for partners to  work together to engage the Latino community in the 2020 Census! WHEN? Tuesday December 17th, 2019 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM (Lunch will be provided) Foster City Community Center (Wind Room) 1000 East Hillsdale Boulevard Foster City, CA 94404 Register for free tickets!

[videos/pics] Our Lady of Guadalupe @ St. Peter’s // SF

On Thursday, December 12th, 2019 the parish of Saint Peter’s celebrated an entire day of the Virgin Mary. The feast started with a 6am Mananitas mass, and ended with an amazing Mariachi homage at 5pm, followed by a 7pm mass. Dandole las Mañanitas a Mi Madre Santísima la Siempre Virgen María de Guadalupe. !!!! QUE […]

Farmworker bill path to legal status passes House

Farmworker residency bill with path to legal status passes House, moves to Senate. “This is a chance to solve a problem for America,” said Rep. Zoe Lofgren, who spearheaded the bill. The last time congress addressed agricultural labor was in 1986. Today, the House passed the Farm Workforce Modernization Act, voting for a measure that […]

2019 Virgen de Guadalupe events in Bay Area

Bay Area’s TOP 10 Virgen de Guadalupe celebrations are Tuesday and Wednesday. Did you know 10pm and 12midnight masses in addition to Wednesday 4am [yikes!] are the normal hours? It is important to note that Our Lady of Guadalupe is Patroness of the Americas and the Philippines and as such all communities of all cultures […]