La Ultima Parada 2016: A celebration of life on Day of the Dead // San Jose 1

La Ultima Parada 2016: Dia Los Muertos, 3 stages // San Jose

La Ultima Parada Sunday, October 30, Noon-8pm San Jose’s Mexican Heritage Plaza will host LUP for a second year, expecting over 4,000 participants. The long-standing Dia de los Muertos celebration returns in a major way with La Ultima Parada: A Celebration of Life on the Day of the Dead, an all-day spectacular set to take […]

2016 Dia De Los Muertos in Bay Area 2

2016 Dia De Los Muertos in Bay Area

Bay Area’s biggest list of Dia de los Muertos! In Mexico, November 1st is All Saints day. A day to honor and respect the innocents, children & infants. November 2nd is Dia De Los Muertos. The day to honor deceased adults. On these days, altars are made in honor of them. People build them on […]

[video] White guy tells truth about immigrants working hard in USA!

[video] White guy tells truth about immigrants working hard in USA!

This white guy tells the truth about immigrants (and Latinos) working hard in the USA! Tip: If you know a Trump supporter, and/or a racist, please share this video. See the video:   What did you think? Please share your comments below. We’d love to hear your feedback.

Latino films @ UC Berkeley Center for Latin American studies

FREE Latino films @ UC Berkeley

Check out this week’s free Latino films! Take advantage of free films by Center for Latin America Studies (CLAS) department of UC Berkeley. CLAS works to create a community of Latin Americanist students, scholars, and practitioners; to develop innovative policy solutions through our unique network; and to enhance public understanding of Latin American culture and […]

12 Facts About El Día De Muertos That Show Just How Special It Is

12 Facts About El Día De Muertos That Show Just How Special It Is

How much do you actually know about this very unique celebration? Excerpt Buzz Feed. November 1 is the Day of All Saints. November 2 is the Day of the Deceased, that is, the Dead. Enjoy preserving traditions with a delicious cup of chocolate Abuelita, the authentic Mexican hot chocolate.   1. Those lovely sugar skulls […]

SF Cuban Festival Featuring Direct from Cuba, Madera Limpia 2

SF Cuban Festival Featuring Direct from Cuba, Madera Limpia

Two nights of performances and a day of workshops: October 7th, 8th & 9th, 2016 Featuring Saturday night concert: DIRECT FROM CUBA, MADERA LIMPIA! Video:     Schedule: Friday: 8:00 pm – Cuban Dance showcase at Mission Cultural Center 10:00 pm – Dance Party, Timba, Salsa, Reggaeton at Balancoire SF with DJ Walt Digz and […]

New Pancho Villa documentary// Discovery en Espanol

New Pancho Villa documentary // Discovery en Espanol TV

Wow, please share! For limited time, see NEW entire 43-minute Pancho Villa, Mexican documentary, here! You can also watch on television, if you subscribe to Discovery en Espanol. See details below. please share this article before YouTube takes this video down. Video:   About: Discovery en Español Premieres The Original Production ‘PANCHO VILLA: SE BUSCA VIVO […]


Bay Area’s New Latino population (county numbers)

The Bay Area’s Latino population has grown slower in past 7 years. Also nationally, Latino’s low growth due to declining immigration and U.S. birth rates. Excerpt San Jose Mercury news Despite this shift, the region is home to one of the largest Latino populations in the country, according to a report released Thursday by the Pew Research […]

[Photos] Virgin Mary Guadalupe Pilgrimage 30

[Photos] Virgin Mary Guadalupe Pilgrimage 2015

Cruzada Guadalupana de San Francisco is a 12 mile walk from South SF to SF’s St. Mary cathedral. The 22nd annual Cruzada Guadalupana began at All Souls Church in South San Francisco at 5:30 a.m., with many pilgrims dressed in Native American and traditional Mexican peasant costumes. The march ended at 2 p.m. at St. […]