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First Forum of Health Promoters in North Carolina

In their mission of service, more than 130 community health workers and leaders gathered on August 12 at the Wake Commons building in the city of Raleigh, NC, to participate in the first annual "Community Health Workers Forum". ".

Keeping You and Your Pets Healthy While Enjoying Recreational Waters

As summer activities heat up and North Carolinians flock to recreational waters to beat the higher temperatures, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is urging residents to prioritize safety and adopt best practices for enjoying water activities with their pets. When swimming in lakes and rivers, it is crucial to ensure the well-being of both humans and their pets.

Safety Tips for the 4th of July

Commissioner Mike Causey offers safety tips for the 4th of July. Fireworks, barbecues, boating and more on water safety, all to celebrate Independence Day safely.

NCDHHS Advises Caution During Hot Summer Months to Prevent Heat-Related Illnesses

RALEIGH — Public health officials with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services are advising North Carolinians take precautions to protect themselves, their children and their pets from heat-related illness as temperatures across the state rise and remain high throughout the summer.

Celebration of the Octave of the Resurrection

In this photographic exhibition by the Artist Edgar Bernal, the deep content of the religiosity of a community of migrants from the P'urhépecha population of Cherán is appreciated. In them we observe what in the culture and language of our original people is called "Tsinskua" which means in its spiritual sense "to revive" that is, to return to life after having passed through death or from an inanimate state of the body .

“The Fiesta de la Octava celebrating Sr. de la Resurrección- Cherán Michoacán from North Carolina” by Edgar Bernal

In this photographic exhibition, artist Edgar Bernal takes us on a visual journey through the Fiesta de la Octava, from the perspective of someone who lives in North Carolina, United States. The photographs capture the emotion of the celebration, showing us the devotion of the people towards their faith and their culture.

The largest Latin American festival in the Triangle returns to downtown Raleigh!

Raleigh, NC- After two years of virtual celebrations, La Fiesta del Pueblo will return in person this 2022. The Latin American festival organized by El Pueblo and one of the largest in North Carolina, will take place on Sunday,...
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Multicultural festival of the national holidays of Mexico

The multicultural wealth of Mexicans gathered in artistic expressions that spring from the heart to celebrate the national holidays of Mexico, in Louisburg North Carolina. On Saturday, September 16, the celebration of Mexico's national holidays was held for the second time in the community of Louisburg, North Carolina. A totally community event organized by Alicia De Dios Fernandez and Ranita Garcia, community leaders dedicated for more than 8 years to different missions of supporting communities, including artistic and cultural promotion.
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