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Saturday, September 30, 2023


Listening Session with Immigrant and Refugee Communities in Greensboro on August 24, 2023

Asheville, NC: An interagency working group led by Governor Cooper's Office of Public Engagement and Inclusion, focused on immigrant and refugee community issues, will host a listening session for a statewide vision for diversity, equity and inclusion for immigrants and refugees in Asheville, Thursday, August 24, 2023, from 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM, in collaboration with UNETE, Buncombe County, the City of Asheville, and the Franklin School of Innovation. The listening session will take place at 21 Innovation Drive, Asheville, NC 28806. Spanish interpretation will be available.

Fiesta of the Patron Saint San Lorenzo celebrated by the Community of Guerrero, Mexico from North Carolina

In Oxford, North Carolina, the residents of the community from the Tierra Caliente region, in the state of Guerrero, Mexico, gathered for the first time to celebrate with joy and devotion the Fiesta of the Patron Saint San Lorenzo. This festivity, rooted in its roots and ancestral customs, takes place every August 10 in Guerrero, Mexico in honor of San Lorenzo.

Listening Session for the Greensboro Immigrant and Refugee Community

An interagency working group led by Governor Cooper's Office of Public Involvement and Inclusion that focuses on issues facing immigrant and refugee communities, will host a listening session in Greensboro on Tuesday, June 20, 2023 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 pm, in collaboration with the City of Greensboro Human Relations Department, and will be at 1502 Barber Park Dr, Greensboro, NC 27401. – Spanish interpretation will be available.

Empowering Dreams: The impact of scholarship donations for the Latin American School summer camp

The Latin American School summer camp offers an immersive experience where students can deeply engage with the cultures of Latin America. By supporting scholarships, donors enable students to explore the rich tapestry of traditions, languages, and stories, helping them become global citizens in an increasingly interconnected world.

Annual Breakfast Event Sheds Light on Homelessness and Affordable Housing in Durham

Durham, NC – June 2, 2023 – Housing for New Hope, a leading Durham-based nonprofit, announces its Annual Breakfast forum event. The event will take place on Tuesday, June 13, from 7:00 am – 8:30 am at the Cotton Room in Golden Belt (807 E. Main St. Building #2 Room 350, Durham, NC). Join the community for an insightful discussion on the pressing issues of homelessness and affordable housing in Durham.

North Carolina Fire Marshal Begins House-to-House Smoke Detector Verification Campaign

As the number of fire deaths in North Carolina rises, Insurance Commissioner and state Fire Marshal Mike Causey has organized a team of firefighters and volunteers this weekend to verify, distribute and Install free smoke detectors in communities across the state.

Volunteer for Latin American School’s Summer Camp

We are looking for enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers to join our team and create an extraordinary experience for our campers! Join Latin American School's Summer Camp!

NCFree OTC Medication Event

This event is a collaboration between Alliance Health, NC Med Assist, and West End Community Foundation. The event is being held at the Community Family Life and Recreation Center located at 1309 Halley Street Durham, NC on February 24th from 9:00am-2:00pm.

Lenoir Community College – Welding Technology Course

The Welding Technology Course provides students with an understanding of essential applications in the welding and metal industry. The student acquires skills in the welding industry. 3 semesters of training where students obtain a certificate each semester. The theory and practice are carried out in Spanish and allows the student to have a better understanding of their practice.

Lenoir Community College – Basic Auto Mechanics Course

The Basic Automotive Program is a book theory and hands-on program that provides a great learning experience for Latino Education Center students to improve their vehicle knowledge and skills. The course consists of a minimum of 9 hours a week...
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