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Milibrohispano – Claudia Zamora

Claudia Zamora was born in Buenos Aires in 1966, she has a degree in NLP, certified life coach and holistic spiritual counselor. His call in this life is to evoke the greatness of all of us in the multiple areas in which we operate.

Milibrohispano – Luis Alberto Ambroggio

Luis Alberto Ambroggio (Argentina 1945, lives in the US since 1967) is a member of the North American Academy of the Spanish Language, PEN and numerous literary institutions. With awards, recognitions, twenty collections of poems published to date contain his poetry that covers almost half a century of creation.

Milibrohispano – Susana Illera Martínez

Originally from Cali, Colombia; Susana is a designer, bilingual writer, and award-winning author. He lives in the city of Miami, Florida where he enjoys photographing sunsets, his orchids and his two cats. Among her works in Spanish are: Clara, a...

Milibrohispano – Pilar Vélez

Pilar Vélez is an economist, writer and cultural promoter. President of the Hispanic Heritage Literature Organization/Milibrohispano, director of the literary magazine Poetas y Escritores Miami and director of FILCOL.

Hispanic Heritage Book Fair Milibrohispano- in the city of Durham, NC.

Hispanic Heritage Literature Organization / Milibrohispano, chaired by the writer Pilar Vélez, in alliance with El Centro Hispano, chaired by Pilar Rocha-Goldberg, and the collaboration of the Consulates General of Mexico and Guatemala in Raleigh, North Carolina; and the organizations: Fuerza y Unión Múltiple (FUM); Asheboro Latinx Services, Inc.; the Association of Hispanic Professionals; the publisher Snow Fountain Press; Thrivent; Takiri; Carambolo.org; Poets and Writers Miami; Rose Mary News; and the Latin Magazine of North Carolina; call for the second edition of the Hispanic Heritage Book Fair Milibrohispano in Durham, North Carolina, to be held between April 21 and 23, 2022.

The Great Carolina Slowdown

Over the past decade, North Carolina has undoubtedly grown. According to the 2020 census, North Carolina is now the 9th largest state in the nation, with around 10.7 million people. That population growth has also brought with it significant economic growth. But increasingly, our state's growth, both in population and economic terms, is wildly uneven in ways that belie how much of North Carolina is struggling to keep up.

Hispanic Heritage Book Fair Milibrohispano 2022

The Durham, North Carolina community will celebrate the second edition of the Hispanic Heritage Book Fair Milibrohispano from April 21-23, 2022. Two non-profit organizations, Milibrohispano and El Centro Hispano, come together to consolidate the annual celebration of the Hispanic Heritage Book Fair Milibrohispano in the city of Durham, NC.

COVID-19 Testing Sites to Open in Durham County

Image by Thomas G. from Pixabay Durham, NC - January 13, 2021 The Durham County Department of Public Health (DCoDPH) and Optum Serve partners will open two new free COVID-19 testing locations in Durham County. Beginning Saturday, January 15 at 1:00PM,...

El Centro Hispano Inc – 30 years old – Pilar Rocha-Goldberg

"We grew as the community grew!" Pilar Rocha-Goldberg. Through this video, learn a little about our leader's passion and dedication to serving the community.

El Centro Hispano 30 years

Much has changed during these thirty years at El Centro; however, our mission to strengthen community, build bridges, and advocate for equity and inclusion remains constant. Thank you for being part of our history.
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