El Pueblo has recently begun offering a series of workshops geared towards promoting healthy decisions and empowered communication about sex among Latin@ teens in Wake County. On Wednesday March 27th, teens from all over Wake County participated in the first sexual health workshop hosted by El Pueblo’s trained youth leaders.
Our Rights Have No Borders is a reproductive health program for Latin@ youth living in Wake with the mission of training Latin@ youth on sexual and reproductive health as well as building a movement of Latin@ youth activists that focus on these topics. Through this program, El Pueblo, Inc. recruits, selects and trains Latino youth as reproductive health advocates and peer educators.
If you are interested in joining this program, please contact Tania Duran-Eyre (firstname.lastname@example.org) 919.835.1525
Through leadership development, advocacy, media literacy, health education, and civic engagement, El Pueblo works alongside youth to build our collective strength.
Access to our Latino Artists Directory are part of El Pueblo’s on-going efforts to highlight Latin American culture. The Directory is segmented by artistic discipline.
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The Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act (DREAM Act), is a bipartisan piece of legislation that would allow certain undocumented students to come out of the shadows, obtain a higher education or apply their degree, and eventually become US citizens. The latest version of the DREAM Act was introduced on May 11th, 20011 and it that has been introduced both in the U.S House and U.S Senate.
We rely on the police to keep us safe and treat us all fairly, regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin or religion. This card provides tips for interacting with police and understanding your rights. Note: some state laws may vary. Separate rules apply at checkpoints and when entering the U.S. (including at airports).
When creating a new website, URL paths from the old website need to be preserved so that when users click on old links they are still sent to the correct place. Here is how to preserve URL paths in the Drupal interface.