The Pueblo Power Program engages Latino youth so as to become leaders of community change. The project focuses on preparing both youth and adults as active and effective participants in intergenerational partnerships. The Bi weekly meetings are Wednesdays from 6pm-8:30pm.
Become a Phone Banker with El Pueblo! We are looking for motivated individuals to help us get the word out about the 2016 election! Click here for more details.
We are looking for volunteers who are available to help us with various activities throughout the day of the festival. Openings include helping with the information booths, children's area, performer's stage, cultural exhibits, and registering attendees to vote. Click on this link for more information!
Do you throw awesome parties? We need youth to serve on this year’s La Fiesta del Pueblo Youth Fair Committee! You’ll have the opportunity to create a really fun and engaging environment for youth at one of the biggest annual cultural events for Latinxs in the triangle. Email Mawiyah@elpueblo.org for more info!
Thank you to the dozens of food vendors, musicians and dance performers that registered for La Fiesta del Pueblo 2016! We have reached capacity and are no longer accepting applications at this time. Check out www.elpueblo.org, Facebook and Twitter for regular updates on the biggest fiesta of the year!
Thanks to your phone calls, emails, and lobbying against HB 100, the bill did not move forward this session! This bill would have required the Clerk of Court to maintain public records of any person who asks to be removed from a jury for reason of not being a US citizen.
EL PUEBLO STATEMENT ON SUPREME COURT IMMIGRATION DECISION
We are excited to announce that registration for La Fiesta del Pueblo 2016 is now open to the public! Food trucks, local Latinx artists and musicians, as well as nonprofit/government agencies are welcome to sign up today to be sure they have a spot during the biggest Fiesta of the year. Click here for more details.
This week, HB 2 was approved by our State's General Assembly; a bill that serves as retaliation against cities like Charlotte that have passed pro-transgender bathroom ordinances.
Last week, our Communications Coordinator William Saenz, and Pueblo Power graduate Karla Salgado were featured on ABC11's program "Heart of Carolina Perspectives" to talk about El Pueblo's mission, NCLR Advocacy Days, and why it is so important for people to get out and vote in 2016. Feel free to check it out here!