Author Archives: William Porter Saenz

El Pueblo is Looking for a Contract Graphic Designer!

View of crowd from main stage.

El Pueblo is searching for a contract graphic designer to help design ads, t-shirt art, festival programs and online materials for La Fiesta del Pueblo, the Triangle’s largest and longest running Latinx festival.  The graphic designer will work primarily with El Pueblo’s Communications Coordinator and Development Coordinator, and must be able to meet deadlines and […]

El Pueblo Responds to Drastic Increase in ICE Raids in NC

For Immediate Release Angeline Echeverría | Executive Director | (919) 835-1525, ext. 103 angeline@elpueblo.org William Saenz | Communications Coordinator | (336) 430-8917 | william@elpueblo.org EL PUEBLO RESPONDS TO DRASTIC INCREASE IN ICE RAIDS ACROSS NC El Pueblo is saddened but not shocked to hear that ICE arrested over 30 employees in a targeted raid in […]

Register for our adult empowerment group PARE!

Picture of adult graduates of PARE. Una foto de líderes graduadas del grupo PARE

If you’d like to be a community leader with El Pueblo, learn how to prevent domestic violence in our communities, and fight for state laws that are just… Join our empowerment group PARE! (Program of Assistance, Resources and Education In order to participate, please register here for an upcoming series of events: January: Group Orientation: […]

NC Spanish Voter Guide Now Available

Iliana Santillán, Maria Gonzalez, and volunteers registering voters at their booth during La Fiesta del Pueblo 2018

After introducing North Carolina’s first ever bilingual Voter Guide in 2016, El Pueblo is proud to work alongside Democracy NC and Common Cause NC to present the 2018 edition.  Click here to download the PDF guide in Spanish, and visit the website VotemosNC.com for Spanish info on candidates and voting info! Click here for the 2018 Voter Guide information in English.

Prepare for Hurricane Florence

Symbol for a hurricane.

Hurricane Florence is currently making its way towards The Carolinas and Virginia.  We are asking community members to take all precautions necessary to protect their families from potentially devastating rain, wind and flood damage.  Here is a list of useful resources to help ensure safety: ReadyWake.gov – Be Prepared! Orange County – Hurricane FAQ’s FEMA.gov […]

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