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SF's Mexican Museum clears up report about fake artifacts 3

SF’s Mexican Museum clears up report about fake artifacts

The Mexican Museum in San Francisco is setting the record straight after a report revealed the vast majority of pieces at the museum may not be the real deal. An independent team of museum curators from Mexico City conducted the study and submitted its findings in late June. Excerpt ABC7 news Video:   About We’re […]

Latina Immigrants Raise $30 Million Venture Fund In Silicon Valley

Latina Immigrants Raise $30 Million Venture Fund In Silicon Valley

“Our uniqueness as immigrant Latinas makes us stronger and anti-fragile.” Excerpt HuffPost Babel Ventures, a Silicon Valley firm founded by two young immigrant Latina entrepreneurs, just announced $30 million raised to help start-ups. These funds aim to empower entrepreneurs, many who struggle to receive funding, with the needed capitol to continue contributing to our economy […]

2017 MEX AM Festival // San Francisco 4

2017 MEX AM Festival // San Francisco

Dance, Music, Art, Talks, Gastronomy, Film and Wine Celebrating the integration between Mexico and the USA in San Francisco’s Bay Area. July 16th – 23rd, 2017 The 8 day festival is a multidisciplinary initiative that showcases a program with music, film, food, visual arts, digital art, dance, literature and talks of some of the most […]

[Exhibit] Exist + Resist, 2016 Presidential Election! Gallery Opening @ MCCLA // SF

TRUMP Protest! The Trump/Pence Regime Must GO!

  July 15th 2:00 PM in San Francisco. Rally at U.N. Plaza, then march! Civic Center/UN Plaza station, Civic center Station, San Francisco, California 94110. To all who agonize and rage at what’s being done to the people, protest and demand: THE TRUMP/PENCE REGIME MUST GO! In the Name of Humanity, We REFUSE to Accept […]

Fruitvale Thursdays: Summer Night Markets Are Here!

Fruitvale Summer Night Markets Are Here!

Thursdays: Summer Night Markets Are Here! WHEN: 2 to 7 PM WHERE: Avenida de la Fuente! Night Markets are the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month during the summer, there will be entertainment, information tables, dancers, music, classes and more! Have fun and support small businesses. WHERE: Avenida de la Fuente! Directions The Night […]

[photos] Frida Kahlo before her Death

[photos] Frida Kahlo before her Death

In 1950, German-born French photographer Gisèle Freund spent two years documenting Frida Kahlo and husband Diego Rivera in La Casa Azul These pictures offer an intimate, honest look at the artist in the last few years of her life. Excerpt Remezcla Initially, Freund planned to stay in Mexico for just a few weeks. As one […]

[video] If Latinos Said What White People Say on Dates!

[video] If Latinos Said What White People Say on Dates!

How did you get here? The Mayflower? What if Latinos said the same shit White people say. Latinos get asked questions like this by white people — all the time — and the video is showing how ridiculous it sounds in reverse. Lol See funny-ass video with over 10 MILLION views!

It's Official! Trump and Russians Met About Clinton

It’s Official! Trump and Russians Met About Clinton

Emails Show Trump Jr. Knew Russia Was Working to Support Trump Campaign Kqed Today, Donald Trump Jr. posted emails (from June 3, 2016) about Russian government help for his father to be elected president. “This is obviously very high level and sensitive information but is part of Russia and its government’s support for Mr. Trump,” […]

[exhibit] UC Berkeley Latino examines Central American migration

[exhibit] UC Berkeley Latino examines Central American migration

Update news! These children now have legal protection in California. Read more. The exhibit explores the experience of Central American migrants on their perilous journey through Mexico to the U.S. border See photos below! The exhibit “MONTARlaBestia” (“Riding the Beast”) will open July 11 at UC Berkeley’s Center for Latin American Studies, 2334 Bowditch St. […]

Frida Kahlo's birthday is July 6th

Frida Kahlo’s birthday is July 6th

July 6th is Frida Kahlo’s birthday. Her history is what made her so special! Painter Frida Kahlo (1907–1954) was a Mexican self-portrait artist who was married to Diego Rivera and is still admired as a feminist icon. Video:   Synopsis Artist Frida Kahlo was born on July 6, 1907, in Coyocoán, Mexico City, Mexico. Considered […]

KiNG of The Streets 2017 // SF 2

KiNG of The Streets // SF

  The San Francisco Lowrider Council presents KING of the STREETS 2017 Saturday, July 8.2017 Schedule 11am – THE CRUISE: Meet at the Silver Street Bridge to roll out at 11am be there by 10am *HOPPERS ONLY: please be at Fort Mason by 10am for registration and to park your trailers, and unload. *NO ALCOHOL […]

Martha Hernandez is the Bay Area Visionary behind madeBOS

Martha Hernandez is the Bay Area Visionary behind madeBOS

by Linda Castillo At the 2017 Silicon Valley Latino Leadership Summit, I had the opportunity to meet Martha Hernandez, who is disrupting the traditional career development processes at companies with her software platform, madeBOS.     “How can I support the applicant when they didn’t get the job. I wanted to figure out a way […]