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[free] Lunch with Vice Mayor, Karina Dominguez // Milpitas

Public · Hosted by Vice- Mayor, Karina Dominguez Friday at 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM Parktown Pizza Company 1350 S Park Victoria Dr, Milpitas, California 95035 Please join us for lunch on January 11, 2019 from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm. This event is part of a series of meet and greet events that I […]

[video] Los Cenzontles at Governor’s Inauguration: Gavin Newsom 2019

Los Cenzontles performs at California’s 2019 Governor’s Inauguration. Their performance was rewarding and enthusiastically received at the Capital building in Sacramento on Monday, January 7th. Thank you to Governor Newsom, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, and especially to our friends and fans for all your supportive comments via email and on social media! Check out below the […]

BRAZIL Soccer Camps (girls and boys from 7-17 years old)

BRAZIL SOCCER CAMPS – Winter 2019 in YOUR CITY from Jan. 5th – 15th! Brazil Soccer System designed this special FUTSAL EDITION to promote a unique Brazilian American soccer learning experience! In these camps girls and boys from 7-17 years old will have the exclusive opportunity to be trained by BRAZIL’S ELITE SOCCER PROFESSIONALS. SAN […]

Bacanal Para Ayudar: Nicaraguan Refugee Fundraiser // SF

December 29th at 2 PM – 7 PM Impact Hub San Francisco 1885 Mission St, San Francisco, California 94103 About: BACANAL PARA AYUDAR Fundraiser for Nicaraguan Refugees in Costa Rica. Performances by: DEUCE ECLIPSE (Bang Data) LA GENTE SF JASMINE FUEGO DANZAS POR NICARAGUA DJ’s WONWAY POSIBUL (Latin Soul Brothers) MR. LUCKY (Sazon Libre) JUAN […]

‘Frida Kahlo Way’ is new street in San Francisco!

Last Friday, the Diego Rivera Theatre at City College of San Francisco, city officials gathered with students and faculty to celebrate the unveiling of Frida Kahlo Way. “She’s a powerful, queer woman of color at a time in Mexico where there weren’t really big female names in the art scene,” said Associated Student Council Vice […]

$50 cash for 15-minute study [SF + East Bay locations]

Attention community members. You can participate in a PAID 15-minute study (similar to a focus group) taking place over the next few weeks in Bay Area. The study pays each participant $50 cash and takes about 15 minutes. An extra $50 cash can definitely come in handy for people during the holiday season!   Pollen […]

‘Frida Kahlo Way’ is new street in San Francisco!

Last Friday, the Diego Rivera Theatre at City College of San Francisco, city officials gathered with students and faculty to celebrate the unveiling of Frida Kahlo Way. “She’s a powerful, queer woman of color at a time in Mexico where there weren’t really big female names in the art scene,” said Associated Student Council Vice […]

‘Mission Local’ bashes leaders who want its neighborhood Latino!

We’re very frustrated with ‘Mission Local’, a local newspaper that won’t respect – or support – its own neighborhood cultural designation. We keep seeing this rhetoric time and time again about Gentrification justification, and honestly, we’re very sick and tired of it. Their article below is a perfect example! Our concerns: Why is it so […]

1st Annual “El Sueño, The Dream” benefit concert // Watsonville

On Saturday, December 8, 2018, Andy Vargas of the Legendary Carlos Santana band will chair the first Annual Benefit “El Sueño…The Dream” Benefit concert at the Mello Performing Arts Center in Watsonville, CA. This evening promises to be a noteworthy occasion with over 700 leaders in business, government, philanthropy, along with students and community members, […]

[video] "DOLORES" film hits the Bay Area!

An evening with Dolores Huerta: Semillas de Esperanza // San Jose

Today at 6 PM – 9 PM 152 Post St, San Jose, CA 95113-2107, United States Join us for a conversation with Dolores Huerta, one of the most influential civil rights activists of our time. This intimate dinner is a rare opportunity to meet the iconic Dolores Huerta in a small venue. With live music […]

BETO may be the next President?

One of the most popular and exciting candidates, from last mid-term election, has what it takes to be president! Let’s be clear: Beto didn’t win his Texas Senate race against Ted Cruz on November 6, Texas. But, the Democratic Senate candidate, Rep. Beto O’Rourke, came within 3 percentage points of defeating Sen. Ted Cruz. The […]

[free] Orgullo Latino: Top Latino Officials in SF City Hall

Fri, November 16, 2018 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM Airbnb 888 Brannan Street San Francisco, CA. The Hispanic Chambers of Commerce of San Francisco invite to join us in celebrating: Orgullo Latino Top Latino Officials in City Hall Get free tickets here!   About: Hispanic Chambers of Commerce San Francisco Organizer of Orgullo Latino The […]