Pittsburgh’s Latino Community Center receives the UnidosUS Avanzado Through College grant, paving the way for Latino youth to achieve their goals.
Pride is an inclusive event, drawing people of all different backgrounds and identities. Latinx youth attended the festivities, dressed in rainbow garb and flashy accessories.
This summer, theater play will be telling the stories of immigrants and refugees in Pittsburgh, past, present, and future. The … Read More
Wellbridge Health, Inc. is seeking a bilingual tele-health coach. The organization offers high-tech/touch chronic disease management consisting of daily remote … Read More
Secretos de Mis Abuelos has favorites like white rice and beans, arroz con gandules, mofongo, pork, chicken, steak, tripleta sandwich, tostones, maduros, yuca fries, and more!
On Monday, June 7th, the United States Supreme Court ruled unanimously that individuals with a temporary protection status (TPS) are not eligible to apply for a permanent resident card, otherwise known as a green card.
The Latino Community Center will be holding a Zoom event to present information about Alzheimer’s and Dementia provided by the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Pennsylvania Chapter.
Take some time to immerse yourself in the various Latino traditions that Pittsburgh has to offer on Immigrant Heritage Month or throughout the year.
A North Carolina High School failed to present Ever Lopez with his diploma after he draped a Mexican flag over … Read More
Gather your friends and family to appreciate Rwandan creators and their artistic talents, accomplishments, and resiliency.
The third annual Fiesta del Sol is just under two weeks away. Casa San Jose will be hosting a virtual event to raise money for their numerous community programs.
In partnership with CDC Foundation and the National Hockey League, the Latino Community Center (LCC) is working to get all … Read More