El Pueblo is proud to be once again taking part in this march through downtown Raleigh. Get there by 8:30am so you don't miss anything! For more information, visit HKonJ.com.
El Pueblo, Si a Las Licencias and Hendfact invite you to participate in a community vigil outside of the Wake County Detention Center on Wednesday, January 27th from 5-8pm, in honor of the Central American children and families that have been detained by the Department of Homeland Security. For more details, contact William or Rubén.
Join us on Friday, December 4th from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm for our holiday potluck! Don’t forget to bring a dish to share! We will be hosting the potluck in our space at 2321 Crabtree Blvd., Suite 105, Raleigh, NC 27604. For more information, call our office at 919-835-1525.
El Pueblo will be in attendance for the Press Conference immediately following the court hearing for the six demonstrators who took part in civil disobedience outside of the Governor's Mansion late last October. The defendants will more than likely be present to speak with media and attendees who are present for the event. The conference starts at 12pm, outside the Wake County Justice Center in Downtown Raleigh. For more info, please contact William Saenz.
Photo by Kaitlyn Barlow.
In collaboration with Action NC and grassroots organizers, the “Si a las Licencias” group will help organize and participate in the “We Make America Great” march, which will protest McCrory’s role in the lawsuit against Obama’s Executive Action and highlight the positive contributions of immigrants in the U.S. The walk will start in Charlotte on Sunday, November 8th, and end in Raleigh on Friday, November 20th. It will be a relay walk and each day different groups of people will walk an average of 15 miles. Each mile walked will represent $1,180,000 in tax revenue from immigrants, reaching a total of $197 million. For more information or to help with/ participate in the march, contact Iliana via email or by calling 919-835-1525. Be sure to check the Facebook event page for regular updates.
We will be hosting an event to reflect on the political and cultural traditions of Day of the Dead and honor lives lost to interpersonal violence. The celebration will be held on Sunday, November 1st, from 2 to 5pm at El Pueblo. You can also volunteer to help with sugar-skull preparation on October 29th. Contact Alex or Iliana for more information.
Join us for an informational session about HB 318 and its potential impact on our community. Special guest: Susanna Birdsong of the ACLU of NC. Simultaneous interpretation and child care will be provided.
In honor of World Rabies day, Wake County Department of Human Services will be hosting several clinics providing rabies vaccinations for pets, as well as microchips. Vaccinate your pets and protect the whole family!
Our biggest event of the year is ALMOST HERE! Click on the link for more information.
El Pueblo has developed a social justice curriculum which was recently piloted by El Pueblo youth and adult leaders. We have 12 participants who attended several of the sessions and 10 who will be graduating on September 16th. This graduation will be for Grupo de Liderazgo program participants as well as for participants from our Grupo de Fortalecimiento and from HoMBReS. This is a great way to meet people from the programs!
Date: Wednesday, September 16th from 5:30 to 8:00 pm at the Church of the Good Shephard, 121 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh
Staff contact: Florence