"They Call Us Monsters" Latino Youth Crisis on TV

“They Call Us Monsters” Latino Youth Crisis on TV

Wow. This will break your heart. Today, we face a crisis as too many Latino youth get jailed, and are tried as adults. PBS TV uncovers this crisis ‘They call us Monsters’. Watch it FREE at bottom. This provocative documentary tries to uncover its root problems;  gangs in neighborhoods, parents splitting up, poverty and lack […]

2017 Memorial Day Weekend in Bay Area

2017 Memorial Day Weekend in Bay Area

Memorial Day weekend officially kicks off beautiful Summer! Even though it’s a cause of celebration, the real meaning is to honor those who bravely served our Country. Learn about its history here. Most of these are Festivals, which are great for all ages. They’re also our favorite way to spend Summer weekends! Note: Many Saturday […]

Quinceañera fundraiser! La Colectiva de Mujeres // SF 2

Quinceañera fundraiser! La Colectiva de Mujeres // SF

La Colectiva de Mujeres invites you to our 15th Anniversary celebration and fundraiser, Quinceañera de La Colectiva — Aging with Dignity. May 24th, San Francisco War Memorial’s Green Room. Learn how YOU can become a Madrina or Padrino and celebrate our 15th anniversary with us! #AgingWithDignity Tickets: click here!   Video: As a mother of […]

Bill O’Reilly gets Fired from Fox News

Bill O’Reilly gets Fired from Fox News

Karma is a bitch! Sorry but we’re happy many Republicans are losing their jobs. This one fired because of hypocritical Republican values! See photo below.   F​ox News host Bill O’Reilly is out of his job, ​according to a statement from the cable channel’s corporate parent Wednesday. The host of the top-rated cable TV news […]

Trump to face 'Mexican heritage' judge in deported DREAMer case 1

Trump faces ‘Mexican heritage’ judge in deported DREAMER case

Federal agents deported 23-year-old DREAMer, Juan Manuel Montes. He is the first protected immigrant to be deported back to Mexico. Juan Manuel Montes became the first known DACA recipient to be deported under President Donald Trump. A Border Patrol agent reportedly stopped the 23-year-old on the street in Calexico, Calif., on Feb. 17 and asked […]

Estamos contigo Perú: Festival de Música y Danzas // SF

Estamos contigo Perú: Festival de Música y Danzas // SF

  Video:   SF Contigo Perú, lo invita a participar de este Festival de Música y Danzas. Todos los fondos recaudados serán destinados a los damnificados de las inundaciones en el Perú. En un acto muy noble, todos los artistas y orquestas se presentaran totalmente ad honorem, sin cobrar. El 100% de lo recaudado sera […]

Immigrants with Driver's License Make Roads Safer! 1

Immigrants with Driver’s License Make Roads Safer!

Offering Driver’s Licenses to the Immigrants Here Illegally Makes Roads Safer. Granting driver’s licenses to immigrants in the country illegally reduced hit-and-run accidents by 7 to 10 percent. Excerpt KQED How Offering Driver’s Licenses to Undocumented Immigrants Makes Roads Safer Researchers at Stanford University this past week published a study that may bolster the argument […]


Number of Latinos in our Bay Area

Here’s how many Latinos live in our Bay Area! Excerpt Mercury News The Bay Area’s Latino population has grown at a notably slower rate in the past seven years, echoing a nationwide trend in which Latino growth has reached a significant low amid declining immigration and U.S. birth rates. Despite this shift, the region is […]

SABOR: Latin Dance Party with DJ Jose Ruiz // Berkeley

DJ Jose Ruiz Dance Benefit // Oakland

Dear Bay Area Timba Music & Dance Lovers: Our dear friend, and one of the best DJs in the Bay Area, Jose Ruiz is currently being treated for throat cancer. The prognosis is positive, the effects are negative. Jose is an important part of our rich Bay Area music scene and I along with many […]

Latino families in SF's Mission struggle, many earn below poverty rate

Latino families in SF’s Mission struggle + earn below poverty rate

Despite the city overall enjoying low unemployment rates and high incomes, local Latino families experience a poverty economy. The study of 584 families were respondents to a survey conducted for the Mission Promise Neighborhood, a multi-organization program to improve safety and quality of life for Latino residents of the Mission District and surrounding areas, specifically […]

Frida Kahlo: Entre el Dolor y El Placer [Festival and Film] // SF 25

Family Day @ El Teatro Campesino // San Juan Bautista

Join us for the first ever Teatro Family Day! Proceeds from the day’s events will go to help support El Teatro Campesino educational programming in San Benito County. Family friendly indoor and outdoor activities begin at 2pm on Saturday, March 25th. El Teatro Campesino 705 4th St, San Juan Bautista, California 95045, CA United States […]

The US’ Largest Latino Art Collection Will Debut in SF With a Frida Kahlo Exhibit

The US’ Largest Latino Art Collection Will Debut in SF With a Frida Kahlo Exhibit

In 1975, Mexican-American artist Peter Rodriguez founded The Mexican Museum, San Francisco’s first museum dedicated to Latino art. Excerpt Remezcla Since then, it’s acquired more than 16,000 Mexican and Latino works of art – ranging from pre-Columbian to contemporary – which makes it the United States’ largest collection of Mexican and Latino art. Today, the museum celebrated its […]