On Sept. 28, local graffiti artist Christian “TAMEARTZ” Rodriguez will host an all-day celebration of hip hop culture, music, and Puerto Rico at the North Philadelphia community space.
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JEVS ACT II has a new program offering employment services during the drug rehabilitation process.
La comunidad de Fairhill celebró un nuevo mural que representa una visión más amplia del vecindario y de la ciudad: un santuario para todos.
The Fairhill community celebrated a new mural depicting a vision of the neighborhood, the city, and beyond as a sanctuary for all.
La nueva exhibición de Da Vinci Art Alliance presenta artistas provenientes de la isla y parte de la comunidad de la diáspora estadounidense.
The new Da Vinci Art Alliance showcase features artists that are both from the island and part of the American diaspora community.
El documental de Kristal Sotomayor se centra en el trabajo de Juntos para terminar el acuerdo PARS en Filadelfia en el 2018.
The film by Kristal Sotomayor spotlights the work of Juntos in ending the PARS agreement in Philadelphia in 2018.
The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce held their Summer Networking Mixer for Latino-owned businesses in Old City.
Santa Claus llegó a la ciudad para 105 niños, en el evento “Navidad en julio” de Philly POPS.
From July 11-21, the Bronx Documentary Center is hosting its second annual Latin American Foto Festival.
Santa Claus came to town for 105 children as The Philly POPS presented “Christmas in July.”
Despite social media backlash, there is still good in the Dominican Republic.
The city of Philadelphia celebrates the country's Independence Day all week long by hosting free museum days, block parties and much more.
De Tierra Caliente brought some heat to the reception of “The New American.”
La segunda organización LGBT latina más antigua del país, GALAEI, continúa creando cambios para Latinx y miembros de la comunidad LGBTQ en Filadelfia.
The second-oldest LGBT Latino organization in the country, GALAEI continues to create change for Latinx, LGBTQ Philadelphians.
Raymond Santana Jr. took his experience as a member of the “Central Park Five” and turned it into a clothing company.
The iconic celebration marked its 62nd year this June. It has continued to evolve over the decades while maintaining its traditional importance to the city's Puerto Rican community.
AL DÍA News walked along with GALAEI, the city's only Latinx LGBTQ+ social justice organization, at the 2019 Philly Pride Parade. Take a look at the celebratory moments of Philadelphia's largest-ever Pride celebration.
One newspaper in Arizona has made it its mission to stop the drug crisis in its community
My Mother, that colossal Latina who gave birth and education to 10 children —me included—, made me the man I am still trying to become today.
Two Colombian performance artists fused their own immigrant experiences with those of migrant children to make a meaningful journey across the Ben Franklin Bridge.
The 2017 film, directed by Rosa Emmanuelli Gutiérrez and Gonzalo Mazzini, was shown at Friends Select School on April 8. It highlights the island’s difficult and uncertain history framed by colonization.
Proceeds from the annual event goes to support the Red Cross House located in University City