Gisele Barreto Fetterman, the Brazilian-born wife of PA’s lieutenant governor John Fetterman, was verbally attacked with racial insults during a … Read More
Following months of heated debate, the City of Pittsburgh’s Art Commission voted unanimously on Wednesday to remove the Christopher Columbus statue in Schenley Park.
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) World Cultures Club is running a fundraiser … Read More
For two years Mrs. Bea’s Spanish Storytime has been a hit for children in the North Hills. In libraries, cafes, … Read More
Historically, journalists have tended to amplify white voices over others in their stories. Spotlight PA’s diverse source database seeks to change that.
Some tragedies, like George Floyd’s death, travel the globe and force people to take a stance and create change in … Read More
The great masses that normally visit our region’s parks to enjoy their attractions did not arrive this summer, leading to … Read More
Each year, the Latino Community Center hosts an annual Back-to-School Bash for Latino children in Pittsburgh. In past years this … Read More
Boricuas and Venezuelans with Biden and the Latino Caucus of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party are hosting a virtual talk in Spanish to PA Latino leaders educating and sharing key information about the electoral landscape in PA
Content Courtesy of 90.5 WESA’s “The Confluence” – Monday, July 27, 2020 TO LISTEN VISIT 90.5 WESA: Casa San Jose … Read More
The Office of Public Art Instagram Live series is featuring Pittsburgh-based cultural producers in conversation with peers across the country. … Read More
By Daniel C. Conlon, Esquire – Contributing Writer for PRESENTE Many Latinos in Pittsburgh have experienced economic hardship due to … Read More