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.
A North Carolina High School failed to present Ever Lopez with his diploma after he draped a Mexican flag over … Read More
In partnership with CDC Foundation and the National Hockey League, the Latino Community Center (LCC) is working to get all … Read More
OOA Designs, a Pittsburgh-based, woman-owned and operated artist collaboration between founders Alison Zapata and Oreen Cohen is one of the artist … Read More
The Westmoreland Museum of American Art is preparing for the opening of its exhibition – Border Cantos I Sonic Border … Read More
Between 2000 and 2019, the Asian population in the United States grew 81 percent; the Hispanic population has grown by 70 percent.
NeighborWorks Western Pennsylvania is partnering with Pennsylvania Home Lending Collaborative and Neighborhood Housing Services of Greater Berks, a fellow NeighborWorks … Read More
In 2016, thirteen multi-cultural women in Pittsburgh came together to form a collective with a mission to use multi-disciplinary art … Read More
During the Covid-19 crisis much information has focused on the effects of the virus in adults as well as the … Read More
Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration announced coronavirus mitigation efforts, except masking, will be lifted on Memorial Day.
City of Asylum Pittsburgh announced the first annual Pittsburgh International Literary Festival (LitFest)—a 10-day event starting on May 12, 2021 … Read More
One of Presente Magazine’s goals is to highlight Latinos making an impact in our community. Chilean video producer Andrés Tapia Urzúa is … Read More