Sunday - Apr 18, 2021

Latin Briefs

  • Immigrants and labor rights groups to march for unconditional amnesty


    Compiled by Elisabeth Pinio

    Fiona MaFiona Ma

    San Francisco community leaders and Immigrant and Workers Rights groups announced a March for Unconditional Amnesty on May 1 in San Francisco. The March will take place at Mission Cultural Center at 2 p.m. Organizers invite all immigrants and San Franciscans to participate in this event.

  • S.F. will double police presence in housing authority sites


    by Desirée Aquino

    San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom ann­ounced on March 6 the city’s intentions to double the number of housing authority sites that receive community policing patrols. He also introduced three criminal justice measures to reduce crime and violence including enforcement of federal trespassing on housing authority property, social services and an advisory committee for housing authority sites.

  • San Francisco forum to assist youth and families


    Compiled by Elisabeth Pinio

    Mark LenoMark Leno

    San Francisco Mayor, Gavin Newsom, announced a forum to assist youth and families in the San Francisco community. The meeting will be held at the Excelsior Boys and Girls Club on April 21 at 2 p.m.

  • María Shriver participates in playground building to honor César Chávez


    by Desirée Aquino

    César ChávezCésar Chávez

    California first lady Maria Shriver joined numerous volunteers in building a playground for the Watts Labor Community Action Committee Center in Los Angeles as the kickoff of an initiative to build 10 safe playspaces across California honoring the life and legacy of Cesar E. Chávez.

  • S.F. duplicará presencia policial en sitios de la autoridad de vivienda

    por Desirée Aquino

    El Alcalde de San Francisco Gavin Newsom anunció el 6 de marzo las intenciones de la ciudad de duplicar el número de sitios de la autoridad de vivienda que reciben patrullas de policía comunitarias. Él también introdujo tres medidas de justicia criminal para reducir el crimen y la violencia incluyendo la aplicación del traspaso federal en propiedad de autoridad de vivienda, servicios sociales y un comité consejero para los sitios de la autoridad.

  • Hispanics merchants inaugurate Latino supermarket

    ­by Marvin J. Ramírez Carmen Ibarra, Anastacio Ibarra, Yanelly Ibarra, Audelio Maldonado, sobrinos (Tiffany, Miguel, David, Melanie, Carlos) Mario Ayar, Angel Ibarra,Mario C. Panoringan, Georgette Sarlers (cutting ribbon), Michael P. Guingona, Maggie Gómez (Daly City Mayor). After a mild battle with some merchant neighbors and a substantial financial effort, a San Mateo County Mexican-descent family