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 […]

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[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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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 […]

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 […]

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[video] Secrets of Spanish Florida

Spanish, not English, was the first language in USA! This video needs to be in American history books! (we only get the English version). Spain lived productively with Africans and Natives, unlike England who either slaved or genocide them. See amazing video!   source: http://www.pbs.org/wnet/secrets/secrets-spanish-florida-full-episode/3666/



  SIGN UP INFO BELOW FOR VOLUNTEER POSITIONS! **LIMITED SLOTS AVAILABLE** 7AM ASSEMBLY SHIFT 9AM DISTRIBUTION SHIFT +++++++++++++++++++++ A few years back Teacher Jasmin Guerrero was determined to make a change in her neighborhood so she decided to make a few burritos, and went on her own to pass them out to some homeless people […]

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Smart Holiday gifts

Gift Guide by Consumer Reports Save money! We love CR because they offer the highest quality at the lowest prices! Each product is chosen from the thousands of products that they test and review. Their 2017 Holiday Gift Guide features the top-rated products from among the thousands Consumer Reports buys and tests year-round, and will […]

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Mexican Christmas Traditions

Did you know Mexican Christmas season isn’t over until February 2nd? There’s many Christmas traditions in Mexico. Some originated in Spain, while others developed in Mexico. These festivities happen all December, but in fact, the Christmas season isn’t really over until February 2nd. See all December festivals and events in Bay Area!   1. Nacimientos […]

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[videos] Miraculous proofs of Virgin Mary Guadalupe’s shroud

Wow! These amazing videos of Our Lady of Guadalupe is full of beautiful facts! According to millions of Catholics worldwide, the Virgin Mary appeared to Juan Diego on four occasions on December 9-12, 1531, asking that he inform the ecclesiastical authorities of her desire to have a shrine built on the exact site where she […]

La Virgen de Guadalupe [HISTORY]

La Virgen de Guadalupe [Dec 12th HISTORY]

Every December 12, Catholics all over the world (especially in Latin America) celebrate the day of the Virgin of Guadalupe. But in Mexico this day is one of the most important holidays of the year! Our Lady of Guadalupe is the patron saint of Mexico. Here, she is known as “La Reina de Mexico” and […]

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[exhibit] Stories from Salinas

Salinas Youth Initiative exhibit celebrates East Salinas youth and programs Excerpt Californian A special exhibit of photography and art celebrating East Salinas youth and their stories opened Dec 5th at the California State University-Monterey Bay Salinas Center for Arts and Culture. The Salinas Youth Initiative developed the stories and provides funding for 14 local nonprofit […]