El Pueblo continues its legislative advocacy work at the General Assembly in the weeks after the June 30 adjournment mainly as the legislature returned to Raleigh on August 3rd at 10 am to redraw legislative maps as required by federal courts.
We encourage our supporters to participate in non-partisan candidate events that will be held this month to make sure you make informed decisions about the upcoming elections.
For Immediate Release
El Pueblo has partnered with Uniting NC so that you can wear your solidarity on your sleeve. Uniting NC is selling t-shirts that say “NC is Home”, with the word “home” written in nine languages so that you can show your support of the immigrant community. When you purchase a t-shirt with the coupon code “elpueblo”, 50% of all proceeds will go to El Pueblo to continue our advocacy efforts.
Part of Crabtree Blvd. is closed, but that shouldn’t stop you from visiting El Pueblo! Here’s how to get here, depending on where you’re coming from:
La Fiesta del Pueblo is back on Fayetteville Street for another daylong celebration of Latinx food, music, art and culture on September 24th. Click on this link for more information on registration for artists, food vendors, sponsors and more!
Join in action and resistence on May 1st, International Workers Day!
Triangle Unity May Day Coalition and People’s Assembly: All Out for May Day, International Workers Day – May 1, 2017
HB 306 and SB 145 are being voted on TODAY. Please take action RIGHT NOW and ask others to do the same.
Check out our 2016 Annual Report! We are so grateful to all of the community leaders, volunteers, and supporters who have made our work possible. Thank you so much.
On January 28th, Derechos sin Fronteras (Rights Without Borders) will be offering a Teaser Training on Gender Identity. This will serve as a sneak peek into our new curriculum that will launch in Fall 2017! Click on this link to learn more and register!