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.
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RALEIGH, NC – Leading up to the May primary election, a coalition of nonpartisan grassroots groups and organizations will host the first-ever Candidates Forum on March 31 at 6:30 pm at 2616 S. Saunders St. in Raleigh....
From the last week of February through April, the El Pueblo organization will tour 10 North Carolina counties to register voters, especially Latinos, ahead of this year's elections. The tour that began this Friday, February 25 in Onslow will also cover Wake, Alamance, Chatham, Cumberland, Pitt, Mecklenburg, Johnston, Raldolph and Lee counties.
Residents of Wake County and the City of Raleigh who, for various reasons, cannot access a government-issued identity document, will have the possibility of processing a community identification under the "Community Action ID" program of the FaithAction Network. , which has been in operation for several years in other North Carolina jurisdictions.
These Community Action IDs will be accepted by the Raleigh Police Department and the Wake County Sheriff's Office. Also, by the Alliance Medical Ministry.
As the SCOTUS decision looms, the Latino community says abortion rights are immigrant rights. Local Latinx community organization El Pueblo recently attended actions that included a caravan rally and a community party to celebrate North Carolina's progress in ending the cruel practice of shackling incarcerated pregnant people and to stand in solidarity as the Supreme Court of the United States