El Pueblo In the Media

Felicia Arriaga speaking alongside El Pueblo community organizer Iliana Santillán-Carillo

(E) - English media

(S) - Spanish media

 

May 2017

With La Fiesta del Pueblo just a few months away, registration is open for artists, food vendors, non-profits, etc. Please help spread the word!  We also took part in the 5th annual Undocugraduation Ceremony at the NC General Assembly through the Adelante Coalition, advocating for tuition equity for NC’s 42,000 undocumented students.  We also continued our series of workshops on proposed anti-immigrant laws.

Undocugraduation: Mundo Hispánico (S), The Progressive Pulse (E), Indy Week (E), Univision 40 (S), La Noticia (S), QuéPasa (S), La Conexión (S)

Fiesta del Pueblo Registration: La Conexión (S), La Noticia (S), Qué Pasa (S)

Community Workshop: La Conexión (S)

April 2017

El Pueblo is staying busy both on the political front as well as with our celebration of Latinx culture.  We fought alongside allies and volunteers against anti-immigrant bills such as HB 341, and participated in a number of lobby days. We also conducted our annual weeklong fundraiser to raise $20,000, kicking off the campaign with our Art Exhibit and Open House.

Blocked proposal for HB 341: QuéPasa (S)

Press Conference against proposed anti-immigrant bills in NC: La Conexión (S)

Día del Inmigrante/Day of the Immigrant: La Noticia (S)

Federal Court Blocks Sanctuary Cities Ban: Daily Tarheel (E)

PARE Graduation Ceremony: QuéPasa (S)

Column about Open House and Art and Activism workshop: La Conexión (S)

Column about youth trip to NCLR Community Leaders Action Summit: La Conexión (S)

March 2017

This month, we are monitoring several negative proposals in the NC General Assembly (NCGA).  El Pueblo visited NCGA on a weekly basis, with volunteers speaking out against the bills and advocating for fair and just laws.  We also continued our series of Know Your Rights events, most recently at North Carolina State University, where students and the public alike learned more about relevant topics such as the future of DACA, and what to do when interacting with federal authorities.  

HB 63 stories: La Conexión (story 1story 2), La Noticia (S)

Indy Week Story on ICE in NC (E)

Qué Pasa Story on Youth Trip to NCLR Convention in Washington, DC (S)

Qué Pasa Story on Women’s Advocacy Day (S)

Fayetteville Observer story on the State of Immigration in NC (E)

News and Observer story on groups urging Wake Schools to protect students from ICE agents. (E)

News and Observer story on the impact of federal immigration enforcement on local communities (E)

 

February 2017

With a busy and concerning month for immigrant rights both locally and nationally, El Pueblo worked around the clock to better inform community members of their rights through classes on “Power of Attorney” and how to protect their families in the event of an immigrant raid.  We also visited the NC General Assembly building, where volunteers like Cristina Gonzalez spoke out against anti-immigrant bills like the proposed HB 63.  Through hard work from supporters like yourself, we’ve been able to collect over 900 signatures for a petition to stop this legislation.  You can read all of these stories and more below:

Stories on Power of Attorney Workshop:

La Noticia (S), Univision (S)

Stories on HB 63 and Petition:

WNCN (E), La Noticia (S) and Que Pasa (S)

Others:

WRAL story featuring volunteer Belen Vazquez (E)

Que Pasa on community efforts to push for drivers licenses. (S)

La Noticia on proposed HB 35. (S)

Que Pasa on El Pueblo’s condemnation of anti-immigrant and refugee executive orders. (S)

Que Pasa on El Pueblo’s volunteer lobbying efforts. (S)

 

January 2017

With the growing risk to immigrant families everywhere, El Pueblo has conducted a series of Know Your Rights workshops, the most recent of which was hosted on January 14th  We were overwhelmed by the amazing response from community members of all backgrounds, as we learn to fight and protect one another in uncertain times.  You can read these stories below and more, including an story by WNCN, featuring El Pueblo’s own Tito Ramos.

Know Your Rights Workshop: La Noticia (S), Qué Pasa (S), La Conexión (S)

Post-Workshop coverage: Indy Week (E), Que Pasa (S), La Noticia (S)

Qué Pasa story on encouraging civic participation (S)

WRAL story on Martin Luther King Day Celebrations (E)

La Conexión Calendar section, featuring Derechos Sin Fronteras workshop (S)

Monthly column in La Conexión (S)

WNCN story, speaking to Jorge Ramos about Executive Orders (S)

 

 

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