Last week, our longtime friend and volunteer Carmen Rodriguez, released a powerful op-ed to the Raleigh News and Observer.
El Pueblo is hiring a Youth Program Advisor (Reproductive Justice) to co-coordinate the implementation of our peer education and reproductive justice programming. Attached please find the full job announcement in English and in Spanish.
ALERT: HB 338, a bill that would enact harsher penalties on residents who drive without a license, putting our undocumented community at even greater risk, passed the House Appropriations Committee.
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We hope everyone had a wonderful 4th of July weekend. Click here to read this month's newsletter!
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On behalf of El Pueblo, our members, volunteers and staff, we stand in solidarity with the victims and families of last week’s shootings at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, SC, and with our Black sisters and brothers who continue to fight for racial justice. As an organization with the vision of an equal and just society for all, we strongly condemn this act of violence and the systemic
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El Pueblo issues a statement of support for SB 463
Latino Community Members Express Disappointment and Eagerness for Change
El Pueblo Reacts to Temporary Injunction of Deferred Action