As part of the Latinx Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration at University of Pittsburgh, the Center for Latin American Studies will … Read More
It has been more than a year since COVID-19 forced the world into an economic shutdown and a health and safety related panic. Even as more people are vaccinated and businesses re-open, communities are still struggling.
Disparities may be driven by a number of factors, such as urban districts with more students of color that may have been less likely to open due to higher COVID-19 community infection rates.
The consulate comes twice a year, typically in the spring and the fall. Its next visit will be announced by the PHDC on their website. After the announcement, the PHDC also offers a sign-up form for appointments.
The LCC is asking all who are able to purchase items from their Amazon list. The list consists of art supplies, hygiene necessities, electronics, and other essential materials for students of all ages.
The Pittsburgh Chapter of Grannies Respond, a non-profit organization, needs volunteers to assist immigrants at the Greyhound bus station.
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.
A North Carolina High School failed to present Ever Lopez with his diploma after he draped a Mexican flag over … Read More
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.
ArtsQuest is proud to present this two-day festival full of music, food and family fun The ¡Sabor! Latin Festival celebration is returning … Read More
NeighborWorks Western Pennsylvania is partnering with Pennsylvania Home Lending Collaborative and Neighborhood Housing Services of Greater Berks, a fellow NeighborWorks … Read More