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March for Mission Street!/Marcha por la Calle Misión! // SF

March for Mission Street!/Marcha por la Calle Misión! // SF

Thursday at 12 PM – 3 PM Mission Street @ 20th, SF. This march is for those who are sick and tired of GENTRIFICATION in all of our Latino Communities! From SF to Oakland and all over the Bay! Don’t these GENTRIFIERS know they are taking away CULTURE from a neighborhood by increasing the rents […]

2018 Bay Area Women's Marches

2018 Bay Area Women’s Marches

The amazing WOMEN MARCHES are Saturday! Here’s all Bay Area cities, and best ways to travel there! Arriba las mujeres! Because of record attendance last year, law enforcement and transportation authorities are gearing up for another year of big crowds. Excerpt KQED Women’s March Bay Area organizers estimate 80,000 attendees in San Francisco, 30,000 in […]

[tv] “Rape on the Night Shift” 1

[video] “Rape on the Night Shift”

Here’s where Latina harassment is WORST in USA! Please share this TV program – especially if you know someone who works at night, like janitors. Big props to PBS TV for finally uncovering (and still pushing) awareness this ugly epidemic. A joint investigation into the sexual abuse of immigrant women who clean the malls where […]

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ICE raids in the Bay Area

Faced with rumors of massive immigration raids in the Bay Area, California leaders are dealing with an uncomfortable truth: There’s not much they can do to stop federal authorities from cracking down. Democratic leaders across California have condemned the possibility of raids, but if a sweep actually happens, it could show the limits of the […]

[exhibit] Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons "If I Were A Poet" // SF

[exhibit] Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons “If I Were A Poet” // SF

Thursday – Sunday at 6 PM – 9 PM The Presidio, 649 Mason Street, San #mariamagdalenacampospons open through January 28, exhibiting works ranging from 1990 to 2017, including four major installations and rare large-format Polaroid photographs.     Details: María Magdalena Campos-Pons If I Were A Poet January 11 – January 28, 2018 Presidio National […]

When to go to Emergency with the Flu 1

When to go to Emergency with the Flu

ATTENTION! THIS IS WHEN YOU SHOULD GO THE ER!!!! 1. When fever climbs to 103° F or higher, or trouble breathing while at rest or with slight exertion, says Marvin M. Lipman, M.D., Consumer Reports’ chief medical adviser. 2. If you experience pain or pressure in the chest or abdomen, sudden dizziness, confusion, or severe […]

SF Meet & Greet: Candidate for U.S. Senate Kevin de León

Kevin de León is Candidate for U.S. Senate [SF Meet & Greet]

Join the Latin@ Young Democrats of San Francisco, as we kick off our 2018 speaker series by welcoming California Senate President Pro Tem and Candidate for U.S. Senate Kevin de León. This event will be an opportunity to hear from the candidate on his vision for California, and to listen to our priorities and values […]

First 2018 Televised California Gubernatorial Forum @ Univision TV

First 2018 Televised California Gubernatorial Forum @ Univision TV

No group has more at stake in the upcoming Gubernatorial race than California’s 15 million Latinos! This is why the Latino Community Foundation (LCF) is partnering with Univision to host The 2018 Gubernatorial Forum with a laser focus on the issues that matter most to Latinos in California. Jorge Ramos and Ilia Calderón, the award-winning […]

Google honors Katy Jurado (Mexican actress)

Google honors Katy Jurado (Mexican actress)

Thank you again GOOGLE for honoring another beautiful LATINA! KATY JURADO was first Latin American actress to be nominated for an Academy Award, and the first Latin American actress to win a Golden Globe, for her supporting role in “High Noon.” Born María Cristina Estela Marcela Jurado García, she began her career during the Golden […]

[exhibit] ‘Mad for the Mission’ // San Francisco

[exhibit] ‘Mad for the Mission’ // San Francisco

Accion Latina 2958 24th St, San Francisco, California 94110 We are truly honored to host Ted in his first solo retrospective gallery exhibition in the Mission District. About exhibit: Ted Pushinsky has been taking pictures in the streets of San Francisco since he moved here in the late 1960s. He’s been called the “elder statesman” […]

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200,000 Salvadorans fear deportation by Trump

Standing and rallying in front of San Francisco’s Federal Building on Jan. 5, Carmen Guardado prayed that she wouldn’t lose her Temporary Protected Status (TPS). “All of my family is here, I don’t have anyone in El Salvador,” said Guardado, who has lived in the United States for 23 years, 16 of them under TPS. […]

[exhibit] Paisas y paisajes: Portraits and Landscapes by Xico González // Vallejo

[exhibit] Paisas y paisajes: Portraits and Landscapes by Xico González // Vallejo

[image above] “Malaquias” by Xico González. All rights reserved to artist. — at El Comalito Collective Cultural Arts Center. English and Spanish Description / Descripción en inglés y en español     Paisas y paisajes: Portraits and Landscapes by Xico González Exhibition Dates: January 12th to February 3rd, 2018 El Comalito Collective Cultural Arts Center […]