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Cimarrón launches a cry for the indigenous Llano in his new video

The most international musical group in Colombia, Cimarrón, presents this Tuesday, May 3, a preview of its new album with a video clip that shows the life in resistance of the indigenous people in the Eastern Plains.

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.

El Pueblo begins tour of 10 counties to register voters

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.

Community IDs in Raleigh Are Now A Reality

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.

Wake County Libraries to Celebrate Black Shine with Over 50 Free Programs

Wake County Public Libraries will celebrate Black Brilliance with over a month of free programs focused on Black art, history, creativity and culture. More than 50 Opportunities Featuring author talks, community arts projects, concerts and even a dance party for the whole family, the event will be held at more than 20 locations throughout the county.

Posada del Inmigrante: “No to the separation of families and 287g”

Raleigh, NC- With the Christmas dates approaching, different grassroots Wake groups and the Fortaleza organization will hold the “Immigrant Inn” next Sunday, December 19, from 2:00 to 6:00 pm, with the objective of to call on the elected officials, legislators and future sheriff candidates of said county, to avoid any policy that generates the separation of families.

Food benefits platform for local communities

The Food Benefits Platform is used to address food insecurity in local communities. Food insecurity is at an all-time high, with one in eight Americans reporting some level of uncertainty about where their next meal will come from. Five hundred households participate in this pilot program through February 2022, with options to continue.
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Mexican Independence Celebration in Louisburg North Carolina

With the aim of helping to preserve and expand our traditions and culture, the first celebration of the national holidays and commemoration of the Independence of Mexico was held in Louisburg, North Carolina. This civic cultural community event also had as an emphasis the dissemination of the traditional dance groups of the peoples of Mexico that exist in this area of North Carolina since, as is known, Mexico is one of the countries with the most cultural richness in the world. and Mexican migrants keep their deep-rooted roots crossing borders.
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