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El Pueblo is searching for people with cooking prep experience to offer their services during our meetings and events.  Meetings usually occur during weekdays from 5-9pm, and occasionally in the mornings during the week and end of the week.  Provide

El Pueblo is looking for a Community Organizer to support Latinx* community members to lead legislative campaigns focused on promoting reproductive justice and immigrant rights. On a day-to-day basis, the person will work with El Pueblo’s Community Leadership Council, which is made up of Latina women who have participated in leadership programs to develop their skills and understanding related to state level policies.

The General Assembly remains adjourned and is not expected to back in session until May 16, when both the House and Senate return to Raleigh for the legislative short session.  The short session is expected to last until late June or early July with the main task of the General Assembly to rewrite the budget for the 2018-2019 fiscal year which begins on July 1, 2018. 

El Pueblo is looking for a graphics designer artist to create promotional materials for our annual festival: La Fiesta del Pueblo.  Responsibilities include designing posters, newspaper ads, social media default pictures and wallpaper, the t-shirt and our Fiesta Program.

The General Assembly is now adjourned its special session and is expected to remain in their districts until May 16, when both the House and Senate return to Raleigh for the legislative short session.

The General Assembly returned to Raleigh on Wednesday, January 10th, and it seemed to be over before it really began.

For Immediate Release

William Saenz | Communications Coordinator, El Pueblo, Inc. | (336) 430-8917 | saenzwp@gmail.com

EL PUEBLO SUPPORTS FEDERAL JUDGE’S DECISION TO UPHOLD DACA

For Immediate Release

William Saenz | Communications Coordinator, El Pueblo, Inc. | (336) 430-8917 | saenzwp@gmail.com

EL PUEBLO OPPOSES DECISION TO END TPS FOR SALVADORAN NATIONALS

The big news at the General Assembly is the federal courts have taken away the power of the General Assembly to draw its own legislative districts.  The federal courts appointed an attorney in California whose job will be to draw fair and impartial legislative districts that do not disempower minority communities or to give an edge to one political party over another.   These n

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