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Latin American Festival moved to: Sunday Oct. 9, 2016

By Fabbiana Gutierrez
October 07, 2016


Due to the severe weather conditions from Hurricane Matthew, the Latin American Festival has been moved by a day to Sunday October 9th, 2016 same time from 12-8pm at Symphony Park, South Park Mall. 

Join us in this Hispanic Heritage Month event to celebrate the Latin Culture with diverse food, artists, musicians and more! 


United 4 The Dream

By Katherine Tomey, Communications and Marketing Intern
July 31, 2013


We want to thank United 4 The Dream for all its hard work and perseverance. This group has actively fought for equal rights in our community.


Latin American Coalition wins NCLR Affiliate Award for Advocacy

By Alejandro Vargas, Executive Assistant Intern
July 29, 2013


Our team accepts this award with humility and recognizes that there is still much work to be done.


Call for Artists for the Latin American Festival

By Jaime Villegas, Cultural Events Assistant
July 23, 2013


Plaza de Artistas is an area where Latin American artists can display their artwork. Don’t miss this great opportunity to showcase your art to over 25,000 expected attendees


CineMás presents...Violeta Went to Heaven

By Katherine Tomey, Communications and Marketing Intern
July 09, 2013


Violeta Went to Heaven is about the Chilean folklorist and artist Violeta Parra. The film shows the progression of her  career and the evolvement of her music.


CineMás presents the Mexican film, 'Aquí y Allá'

By Jaime Villegas, Cultural Events Assistant
April 19, 2013


A refreshing and superbly observant view of the stresses immigration places on a family and self.


CineMás: A Beginning

By Jaime Villegas, Cultural Events Assistant
March 04, 2013


The beginning of a new Latino film series in Charlotte.


Top 10 Latin American and Spanish Films

By Tony Arreaza, Cultural Events Director
January 10, 2013


The films of Gonzalez Iñarritu, Almodóvar, Salles, Cuarón, and who else?


Clowning Around

By Lacey Williams, Youth Programs Manager
November 15, 2012


When we were deciding how to respond to hate in our community, humor seemed to be the right tone. Any other response would have told the NSM and KKK that we took them seriously.


Send in the clowns

By Lacey Williams, Youth Programs Manager
November 08, 2012


Hate should never be unchallenged, so we're sending in the clowns.


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