Politics

Toward Real Sanctuary Cities/Hacia Una Verdadera CiudadSantuario // SF

April 2, 5:30 – 7:30pm The Eric Quezada Center for Culture & Politics 518 Valencia, San Francisco In English with Spanish Translation / Free Open to the Public / ADA Accessible (traducción Española abajo) Toward Real Sanctuary Cities A Conversation With: Corrina Gould, Gerald Lenoir, Bilal Mafundi Ali and Maria Zamudio, facilitated by Leslie Dreyer, […]

Cesar Chavez day is March 31st. Here's how to help!

Cesar Chavez day is March 31st [Biography]

  The story of Cesar Estrada Chavez begins near Yuma, Arizona. Cesar was born on March 31, 1927. Complete biography supplied by the UFW. He was named after his grandfather, Cesario. Regrettably, the story of Cesar Estrada Chavez also ends near Yuma, Arizona. He passed away on April 23, 1993, in San Luis, a small […]

The Mission Youth Arts Festival // SF

  On Saturday, March 10, 2018, the Mission District’s Potrero del Sol Park becomes a high energy stage for some of the neighborhood’s finest youth performing groups, and young and old alike are invited to this free, outdoor festival that celebrates the voices and talents of young artists. Presented by Dance Brigade’s Dance Mission Theater, […]

Call for Art! “Ser Muxer” // Vallejo

This is open to all womxn. Transwomen and gender nonconforming folks highly encouraged to submit. DEADLINE to Submit: March 1st, 2018. We will notify those whose work has been selected via email no later than March 15th, 2018. Exhibition will run from April 6th, 2018 – May 5th, 2018 Xingonx (Chingona): “someone who is very […]

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Decolonize San Jose! City Council Meeting on Columbus Statue

January 30th at 2 PM – 7 PM San Jose City Hall 200 E Santa Clara St, San Jose, CA, San Jose, California 95113 The city council met on January 30th to discuss the future of the Christopher Columbus statue currently residing inside city hall. Our coalition has been working tirelessly the last several months […]

[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 […]

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 […]

Latinos can help Former L.A. Mayor in Governor's Race

Latinos can help Former L.A. Mayor in Governor’s Race

Former L.A. Mayor Lags in Governor’s Race, but Latinos Could Elevate Him Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom is currently leading among statewide registered voters, 31 to 21 percent. Excerpt LAWEEKLY Twelve years ago, Antonio Villaraigosa became the first Latino to take the mayor’s office since 1872! “Villaraigosa won big,” gushed the Washington Post on May 19, […]

After Fires, Undocumented Workers Find Themselves Without Federal Help

After Fires, Undocumented Workers Find Themselves Without Federal Help

For undocumented immigrants who have lost jobs or homes in the Northern California fires, the road to stability will be especially steep. Many are ineligible for federal aid of any kind! For undocumented immigrants who have lost jobs or homes, the road to stability will be especially steep. Many are ineligible for federal aid of […]

"Hipster" business driven from Latino neighboorhood! YESS!

“Hipster” business driven from Latino neighboorhood! YESS!

Here’s a GREAT EXAMPLE how we can STOP GENTRIFICATION! This white business was driven out from a Latino hood. We wish more of this would happen to stop Gentrification. Excerpt MiTu A Chicano Community In San Diego Is Outraged Over A White Woman’s Attempt To Open A ‘Modern Fruteria’.   Jenny Niezgoda clearly didn’t do […]