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The Hispanic Center celebrates its 30th anniversary with a gala dinner

The Gala is an opportunity to celebrate El Centro Hispano's 30 years of service, recognize the dedication and commitment of outstanding individuals and organizations who have strengthened our communities, and raise funds for El Centro's exceptional programming and resources that will have a lasting impact on our community.

Avoid being a victim of a scam

Phone calls or emails from impostors posing as federal employees are becoming more common every day. Don't fall for scammers posing as government agents offering to help you get your economic impact payment faster or threatening to send the police to your home, arrest you for not paying your taxes, or take away your Social Security benefits .

NCDHHS Prepares for Vaccine Distribution for Children Under 5

Vaccines will be available in all 100 counties. The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is preparing to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine for children under the age of 5 and to ensure that families across the state have the information they need to access the vaccines they need. immunizations for their young children. Children are vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus, just like everyone else.

Interpreter Training Online – Summer 2022

Have you thought about becoming a medical or community interpreter? Are you bilingual? Join us! Instruction is in English. Participants are matched up in language pairs. ALL language pairs are welcome. This is NOT a language course. This is a program to prepare you for an exciting new career as a community or medical interpreter!

What does the “Leandro Plan” mean for our community?

The Leandro Plan is an implementation plan for educational policy that emerged from the Leandro v. State, where the North Carolina Supreme Court. In the case, the court decided that the state had failed to meet its constitutional mandate to provide every student in the state with a "solid basic education."

ULG Navigators Program

In 2021 United Language Group won a federal grant that would give them the opportunity to expand their mission of removing language barriers. In this new mission, ULG could assist those people who need health insurance, but because they do not know the necessary language, it is difficult for them to obtain one. Unfortunately, today many people do not even try to enroll in a medical plan for fear of not being able to navigate the application in the health market or not understanding the process, the terms, or being able to answer the necessary questions. For this reason, the ULG Browser Program was born.

2022- Children’s Day Cultural Festival of LatinX Magazine

Revista Latina NC cultivating our traditions in celebration of 2022- Revista Latina Dia del Niño Cultural Festival from North Carolina. A special thanks to the Artists, Dance Groups, Collaborators, Writers, Sponsors, Organizations and all the people who participated and enjoyed this celebration.

Governor Cooper Encourages North Carolinians to Volunteer in Local Community

Governor Roy Cooper has declared April 17 – 23, 2022 as National Volunteer Week in North Carolina to celebrate the important work volunteers do across the state and encourage more North Carolinians to volunteer. There are many opportunities for people to mark the week.

Hispanic Heritage Book Fair MILIBROHISPANO in North Carolina

Twenty-three Hispanic American authors will be present at the HISPANIC HERITAGE BOOK FAIR MILIBROHISPANO, NORTH CAROLINA, from April 20 to 23.

Milibrohispano – Andrea Armijos Martínez

Andrea Armijos Martínez is thirty-five years old, she was born in the city of Loja, Ecuador. Her first children's story titled Bright Boy Changes the Girl's World is about her own childhood experience, how she was a victim of bullying and how she overcame it.
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AMEXCAN Calls on Governor Cooper to Veto SB 101

AMEXCAN calls on Governor Roy Cooper to veto SB 101. AMEXCAN urges the Governor to assume a firm attitude and supports the migrant community because every day Mexicans and Latinos drastically contribute to the economic, social, and cultural development of North Carolina. Not only will SB 101 critically harm the migrant community but also the economy and well-being of the state.
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