UPMC to Begin Covid-19 Tests on Tuesday

UPMC leaders announced they have developed a screening test for the virus that causes COVID-19 in conjunction with Univ. of Pittsburgh. Starting on Tuesday they […]

First 2 Cases of Coronavirus Identified in Allegheny Cty

Earlier today during a press conference, Allegheny County officials confirmed the first two cases of Coronavirus reported in the area. They were evaluated on Friday […]

Latino Magazine Provides Needed Coronavirus Coverage for Spanish Speakers in Western PA

As many of us try to go about our daily lives, Coronavirus has made sure it is anything but normal. With announcements of increasing diagnosed […]

Pitt Latino History Course to be Offered this Summer

University of Pittsburgh is offering a new Latino History course this summer. The course is a survey of the history of peoples of Latin American […]

Stories of Courage, Resilience and Hope in the Voice of Latino Immigrants

Latino Americans Pittsburgh is a new series jointly produced by Casa San José and artist Andres Tapia-Urzua. It is made possible by a Just Arts grant […]

Pitt’s Latin American Festival Postponed Until September

The Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS) at the University of Pittsburgh has decided to postpone its Latin American and Caribbean Festival originally scheduled for […]

Hispanic Chamber Foundation Now Accepting Scholarship Applications

The PMAHCC Foundation Scholarship Program is accepting applications for its annual scholarship program for the scholastic year starting in the fall of 2020. Recipients of […]

Families in Need of Strollers

Latino Community Center families are in need of strollers. Please consider donating a new or gently used stroller (for children under 24 months) to the […]

PHDC Housing Program Assists Latinos in Finding a Place to Call Home

The Pittsburgh Hispanic Development Corporation is a community development corporation with no geographic boundaries, focusing on racial equity in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. Part of […]

Latino Family Center Begins Planned Transition to LCC

Since 2009, Latino families in Allegheny County have benefited from Latino Family Center (LFC) programs offered through the Allegheny Intermediate Unit (AiU). Now the LFC […]

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