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Are you undocumented or a DACA student? 
Do you believe in education for all? 

Join us on Wednesday, May 17th for the 5th annual Undocugraduation to recognize the students in our state locked out of higher education and demand that our representatives pass tuition equity in North Carolina! 
Undocugraduation is an annual event with the purpose of recognizing all DACAmented & undocumented students in NC that are denied equal access to higher education. 

The schedule for the day is below: 

9am: Welcome & lobby training
10:15am: Meet with legislators
11:45am: Undocugraduation Ceremony
12:30pm: Lunch (off site)
1:30pm: Youth Encuentro
4:00pm: Closing

 

Do you want to learn more about what is happening at the NC General Assembly?  Which anti-immigrant bills are currently making their way through the legislature, as well as bills that are positive for the Latinx community?  Join us this Saturday at 9:30am for an informative session, free breakfast and childcare will be provided.

 

Co-hosted by El Pueblo, Inc. and the NC Justice Center's Budget & Tax Center!

Learn more about "Art & Activism: Agents of Change | Arte Y Activismo: Agentes De Cambio."

Art is a powerful tool for building social movements. These pieces touch on immigrant rights, policy change, leadership development, community power, and the celebration of Latin American culture.

For more information contact Michelle Bermeo Betancourt at michelle@elpueblo.org. See you on May 5th!

 

El Pueblo Movie Series: Friday, April 28th, we will be kicking off El Pueblo’s new monthly movie night series. It will be a fun, no-commitment opportunity for community members of all ages to watch films that touch on issues we might not get to cover in our day to day programming and participate in a discussion. This month we will be watching Moonlight. Moonlight is a 2016 American coming-of-age drama film written and directed by Barry Jenkins, based on Tarell Alvin McCraney's unpublished semi-autobiographical play. “In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue.” The film presents three stages in the life of the main character Chiron, a young black man growing up in 1980’s Miami. It explores the struggles he faces with hi...s own sexuality and identity, and the physical and emotional abuse he receives as a result of it. Watch the trailer here. All ages are welcome to attend the film screening, however the movie is rated R for mature content. We will provide popcorn and water & you are encouraged to bring their own snacks for themselves or to share. We will have Spanish subtitles available and can provide child care with at least one week’s notice. For more information or to request childcare, contact Jorge via email (jorge@elpueblo.org) or call him at 919-835-1525 ext. 121.

 

Join us for our art exhibit and performance, Art & Activism: Agents of Change, by an intergenerational group of leaders at El Pueblo! You will have the chance to see art works made by community members based on our new strategic plan, as well as a performance as a reminder of the intersection between sexual assault and immigrant rights, in honor of April being sexual assault awareness month. This event serves as the kick-off for our fundraising campaign to raise $20,000 in order to continue to share information with the community, train leaders, and support community actions. Program starts at 6:30 pm, with a special surprise at the end! The event will be on Monday, April 24th, from 5:30 – 8:00 pm at El Pueblo....We hope to see you there!

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Join us for the fourth workshop in our series on reproductive justice. Derechos sin Fronteras (DsF), aims to train Latinx youth in issues of sexual health and reproductive justice while building a movement of Latinx, youth activists who are passionate about these topics.  During the 2016-2017 program year, we are offering a series of "Teaser Trainings" to give you a sneak peak at our new curriculum that will launch in the fall of 2017!

All youth ages 13-19 are invited to participate in these fun and interactive workshops.  Lunch will be provided, and there will be gift cards for all participants who attend.

All workshops will be held at El Pueblo's Offices (2321 Crabtree Blvd. Suite 105, Raleigh NC 27604

Training #4 will take place on Saturday, April 8th.  The topic is "Mental Health & Healthy Sexuality."

Register here!

 

 

 

 

Join our allies for Immigrant Advocacy Day on April 4 from 9:00 am -3:00 pm. We will meet at El Pueblo from 9:00-10:00 am to review the agenda and go over the bills we are monitoring. Participants will meet with their legislators from 10:15 am-12:15 pm. At 12:30 pm, we will have a press conference, where organizations and community leaders will stand with the immigrant community and voice their opinions against anti-immigrant bills. Meetings with legislators will resume at 1:15 pm. Participants are invited to reconvene back at El Pueblo at 2:00 pm to have lunch, debrief, and plan next steps. For more information, contact Iliana via email or by calling 919-835-1525 ext. 112.

Check out this video in Spanish that our friends at the Comité de Acción Popular created in preparation for this eventhttps://www.facebook.com/1793407764232468/videos/1836279819945262/

 

 
Campell Law's Hispanic Law Student Association and Black Law Student Association invite you to an interactive conversation about legal rights for immigrants in different situations. Topics include: Deportation defense/ICE issues, Immigration Laws, and Criminal Law.  The event will be bilingual and open to the public


Date: Wednesday March 22n...d at 6pm

Location: Campbell Law School, Room 105

The following attorneys will participate:

Allison Lukanich
Bashyam Spiro Immigration Law Group

Ana Nunez
Fay & Grafton

 
Beckie Moriello
Abogada Bilingüe
Raleigh Immigration

Hila Moss
Staff Attorney, Nuevo Comienzo
U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants – NC, Immigrant Services Division


We will also have additional information sheets regarding immigration law.

 

Come learn about Powers of Attorney, and how they can help protect your family in the event of a deportation.  A “Power of Attorney” is a document where you can assign a person to be in charge of your financial affairs, enrolling your children in school, and more in the event you are detained or deported.   Having this document in place can bring important peace of mind.

 

An attorney from the North Carolina Justice Center will present an Information Session to discuss the basics of Powers of Attorneys and what you need to do to prepare.  Clinics will be offered in upcoming weeks where attorneys will offer free legal help to prepare Powers of Attorney.  If you want to attend the free legal clinic, you must attend an information session beforehand

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