“Varias ciudades alrededor del país hemos aprendido a explorar y a crear nuestras propias soluciones, así como a reforzar el mensaje de que, sin importar de dónde vienes o cómo llegaste aquí, eres bienvenido”, dijo el alcalde Jim Kenney.
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“Cities around the country have learned to navigate and develop our own solutions, and reinforce the message that you are welcome here, no matter where you came from or how you got here,” Mayor Jim Kenney said.
The University of Pennsylvania is hosting an art exhibit focused on the overthrow of former Chilean President Salvador Allende on September 11, 1973, and the event's impact on society.
HSI Pathways to the Professoriate program is looking to change the face of academia and boost the number of Latinos pursuing and completing doctorate degrees at institutions across the country.
El programa HSI Pathways to the Professoriate quiere cambiar el rostro del profesorado en EE.UU y aumentar el número de latinos que cursan y completan doctorados en las instituciones de todo el país.
The HSI Pathways to the Professoriate program is supporting Latino students from across the country in pursuing doctoral degrees and entering the professoriate.
A Penn Law program provides a head start to high school-aged students interested in a legal career, a field where Latinos are drastically underrepresented.
AL DÍA recognized four local Latino leaders in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.
One of the most intriguing mysteries of Latin American culture is what happened to the Maya civilization. How come after over 3,000 years of history, from about 2, 500 BC to 950 AD, most of the glorious Maya centers in Mesoamerica were abandoned? Before the arrival of the Europeans in the 1500’s magnificent cities like Tikal in Guatemala and Copán in Honduras had all but disappeared; left uninhabited, they were covered by thick jungle growth, hidden throughout the mountains and the lowlands.
Si bien, el aumento de la participación ciudadana en las elecciones primarias de Filadelfia este año es un avance, no merece aplausos.asi
The same week that America’s federal government plunged deeper into a governance crisis from misconduct by President Trump and members of his professed Law-&-Order administration, many Philadelphians took a big step towards restoring the vitality of democracy with their participation in the primary election.
The Penn Relays are celebrating their 123rd season at Franklin Field this weekend.
The 2017 Philadelphia Diversity Career Fair will host over 35 prospective employers in the city.
Local protesters wanted to know the status of the President's tax returns.
La dedicación del Taller Puertorriqueño en servicio a una comunidad que a menudo ha sido relegada nunca ha disminuido, a pesar de sus limitados recursos. Hoy en día taller tiene por fin una moderna sede que tomó 10 años financiar.
CCP a sanctuary?
Puerto Ricans on the mainland are increasing in number by the day.
Hay un evento que está tomando la ciudad y no es el draft de la NFL.
Los Relevos de Penn celebran su 123ava temporada en el Franklin Field este fin de semana.
There's a sports event taking over the city and it's not the NFL draft.
Diversity Career Fair brought roughly 40 companies to job seekers at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
Pat DeCarlo honored by AL DÍA.
In a packed auditorium inside of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, community leaders, activists and guests lined up to attend the special event, Latino Politics: Philadelphia and Puerto Rico. During the impressive panel discussion, notable community leaders discussed the rich and unique history shared between Puerto Rico and Philadelphia.
On May 14, Muniz will receive his undergraduate and masters degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Alongside fellow student Sade Oba, Muniz won the 2016 President's Innovation Prize, awarded by the institution.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, Commissioner Charles Ramsey, Congressman Robert A. Brady and Chaka Fattah, organizations like Esperanza and The Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition, and law professors from Penn, Drexel, Villanova, Temple and Penn State showed their support for Obama’s immigration action.