Latino Voices

“Farm Worker Organizing, Student Strikes & the Creation of Newspapers” – April 12, 2016

San Francisco History Days 2016

Acción Latina will participate in 2016 San Francisco History Days at the historic Old Mint.

Latino Voices

“Activist Newspapers and Media (late 1800s – 1940s)” is the second event in our “Latino Voices: A History of Latino Press, Radio and Comic Arts in the United States” series. on January 28.

Revolution and the Arrival of the Pri...

Dr. Raúl Coronado discusses the connotation of the terms “pueblo” (often translated as people), “pueblos” (towns) and “nación” (nation). He will describe how these terms were used in the early 1800s and how the political concept of “pueblo” continues to circulate today.

El Tecolote Birthday Bash

Who would want to miss a “roast” of El Tecolote founder, Juan Gonzales? Or miss out on the premiere viewing of a documentary about El Tecolote’s 45-year history? Mark your calendars now for El Tecolote’s 45-year anniversary celebration, a free event scheduled for Friday, Nov. 20 at The Grand Theater on Mission Street.

Our offices may be closed, but we are still doing amazing work with cultural events and El Tecolote, our bilingual newspaper.