Sunday - Apr 18, 2021
  • JACKIE ROBINSON DAY

    JACKIE ROBINSON DAY

    Seventy-four years ago, on April 15, 1947, Jackie Robinson broke the baseball color barrier when he made his historic major league debut. Each year on April 15, Baseball honors Jackie’s legacy by celebrating his life, values, and accomplishments. By proudly wearing the “42,” Baseball demonstrates a powerful and unified tribute to Jackie Robinson’s legacy. The

  • Mission Neighborhood Centers Inc. Receives $1 Million Grant

    Mission Neighborhood Centers Inc. Receives $1 Million Grant

    by Business Wire   SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–A $1 million grant from Jack Dorsey’s philanthropic initiative, #StartSmall, has been awarded to San Francisco’s premier Latino Community non-profit agency: Mission Neighborhood Centers (MNC), for Vital Community Services. “MNC’s board of directors and staff are most grateful to #StartSmall and Jack Dorsey for a visionary and generous investment

  • Florida Governor signs Executive Order banning ‘vaccine passports’

    Florida Governor signs Executive Order banning ‘vaccine passports’

    by Jack Phillips   April 2, 2021 – Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Friday signed an executive order that bars the usage of CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus “vaccine passports,” becoming the first governor in the United States to take action against what civil liberties groups say is a potential privacy nightmare. The Republican governor’s

  • Corazón del Barrio Virtual Open House

    Corazón del Barrio Virtual Open House

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff   Come and enjoy our 44th Annual Corazón del Barrio! Our open house is an event for the community made by local artists Saturday, Feb. 13, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Online program, Zoom, Facebook Live, Youtube Channel MCCLA. Free. All ages. ¡Access is free! For more information about

  • Designer offers compensation for use of indigenous, Oaxacan designs

    Designer offers compensation for use of indigenous, Oaxacan designs

    Zimmermann seeks agreement with members of the Mazatec community   by Mexico News Daily   An Australian fashion brand has offered to pay compensation to indigenous artisans whose designs it was accused of plagiarizing and proposed negotiating an agreement to allow it to sell its culturally “inspired” garments. Zimmermann, a fashion house that has stores

  • Black History Month: Matt de la Peña and Christian Robinson at SFPL

    Black History Month: Matt de la Peña and Christian Robinson at SFPL

    Compiled by the El Reportero‘s staff   VIRTUAL EVENT – The Newbery Award-winning duo of Last Stop on Market Street returns to SFPL for a lively discussion about their new work with Sheryl Evans Davis, Executive Director of the Human Rights Commission. Written by Matt de la Peña and illustrated by Christian Robinson, Milo Imagines the World will

  • Myke Towers signs global distribution deal with Warner Music Latina

    Myke Towers signs global distribution deal with Warner Music Latina

    by the El Reportero‘s news services   After a two-year courtship, and rising above offers from multiple competing labels, Warner Latina and Warner Records have jointly signed an exclusive global distribution deal with Puerto Rican rising star Myke Towers and his independent label, Whiteworld Music. The deal was spearheaded by Warner Music Latina president Iñigo

  • 7 healthy reasons to add more flaxseed oil to your diet

    7 healthy reasons to add more flaxseed oil to your diet

    by Brocky Wilson   02/02/2021 / – Flaxseed oil may not be as popular as other kitchen oils, but it sure ranks among the healthiest. Sometimes called linseed oil, flaxseed oil is made from ground and pressed flaxseed, a delicious superfood rich in omega-3 fatty acids and other important nutrients. The Ancient Greeks and Romans