he Fiesta del Pueblo, the largest Latino festival in the Triangle, is getting closer. This event, which will take place on Sunday, September 17, will feature a diverse portfolio of local artists, an exclusive area for children and various activities to ensure that families enjoy a moment of healthy fun and, in addition, celebrate with pride the Month of Hispanic Heritage.
Beginning on the first day of early voting in NC, Oct. 20, El Pueblo will join forces with Democracy NC to host Election Protection events in parts of the state in an effort to encourage voter turnout , answer voter questions, and ensure voters feel safe at their polling place.
Hispanic/Latino voters in North Carolina will be able to get information in their language about the candidates running for various offices in the midterm elections on November 8, through a series of guides in Spanish produced by nonpartisan organizations Democracy North Carolina, El Pueblo, Vote NC and Common Cause NC.
Raleigh NC, El Pueblo Inc, celebrated La Fiesta del Pueblo 2022 last Sunday, September 18, in the city of Raleigh North Carolina, the community not only from the triangle but from various counties gathered to celebrate Latino culture, enjoying a sunny afternoon and family.
Enlace Latino NC and El Centro Hispano invite the community to participate in their second nonpartisan, bilingual forum with Raleigh mayoral candidates, incumbent Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin, Dr. Terrance Ruth, and DaQuanta Copeland.
Raleigh, NC- WakeUP Wake County, in partnership with AARP North Carolina, Blue Ridge Corridor Alliance, El Pueblo, Habitat for Humanity of Wake County, Hillsborough Street Community Service Corporation, Raleigh/Apex NAACP, NC Asian Americans Together, League of Women Voters of Wake County, LGBT Center of Raleigh, Muslim American Public Affairs Council, and Oaks & Spokes, is hosting the 2022 Raleigh City Council Candidate Forum Series leading up to the November midterm elections.
RALEIGH, NC- On April 12, within the framework of the Month of Prevention and Awareness against Sexual Violence, the PARE and Reproductive Health and Justice programs of El Pueblo, will begin a new cycle of sessions in Spanish for people who are interested in learning how to prevent domestic violence and leadership in reproductive health and justice.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed a State of Emergency in preparation for impacts from Potential Tropical Cyclone Sixteen. “It is important for North Carolinians to prepare for potential impacts from the coming storm,” said Governor Cooper. “The storm's path has been difficult to predict and we want to ensure that farmers, first responders and utility crews have the tools necessary to prepare for severe weather."