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Acción Latina es una organización no lucrativa fundada en 1970 y está dedicada a promover artes culturales, medios de comunicación comunitarios y participación cívica como una manera de construir comunidades latinas saludables y empoderadas. Nuestra programación incluye:

  • Publicación de El Tecolote, un periódico gratuito y bilingüe que ofrece entrenamiento laboral continuo en periodismo comunitario a innumerables jóvenes y miembros de la comunidad cada año;
  • El patrocinio de eventos literarios y artísticos, como el Encuentro del Canto Popular y el Festival de Flor y Canto Para Nuestros Niños y Niñas;
  • Operación de la Galería Juan R. Fuentes, el nuevo componente cultural de Acción Latina, el cual busca demostrar arte visual que refleje la matices de la vida y temas latinos; y
  • Administrar una diversa colección de materiales de archivo que documentan la historia de las luchas sociales y movimientos artísticos del Distrito de la Misión en San Francisco en particular, y de San Francisco en general, desde 1970 hasta hoy.

Estamos localizados en el corazón del histórico Distrito de la Misión en San Francisco, en el area ahora designada como el Distrito Cultural Latino de la Calle 24.

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    3 weeks ago by accionlatinasf Repost from  @sf_historydays - You can meet amazing exhibitors like  @accionlatinasf  and their mascot Buddy the owl! Say hello all weekend long!  #sfhistorydays   #sfhistorydays2019 
  • Happy Womens Day everyone from us here at Accin Latina
    2 weeks ago by accionlatinasf Happy Women’s Day everyone from us here at Acción Latina  #womensday2019   #womensday   #resist   #throwback   #posterart 
  • Special thanks to the accionlatinasf dream team for helping us
    3 weeks ago by accionlatinasf *Special thanks to the  @accionlatinasf  dream team for helping us exhibit this weekend at SF history days at the old mint. It was such a great event and we really educated lots of people about our beloved legacy newspaper  @eltecogram  EL TECOLOTE! Next up for us, “Remember Los Siete” exhibit with Yolanda Lopez, Fernando Marti and the one and only  @gordofacesf  VERO MAJANO
  • Thank you CSU Stanislaus for visiting El Tecolotes headquarters at
    2 days ago by accionlatinasf Thank you CSU Stanislaus for visiting El Tecolote’s headquarters at Acción Latina! Gracias por su trabajo periodístico en CulturaDoor. Keep sharing our community’s stories!
  • We are gearing up for the opening of our next
    19 hours ago by accionlatinasf We are gearing up for the opening of our next exhibition 50 Years of Cultura y Resistencia from Los Siete to Today, featuring the art of Yolanda Lopez curated by Fernando Martí. Show opens Saturday, April 5 at 6pm  #culturayresistencia 
  • sfhistorydays with Mr Adolph Sutro showing Accion Latina the key
    3 weeks ago by accionlatinasf  @sf_historydays  with Mr. Adolph Sutro showing Accion Latina the key to the city!
  • Accion Latina has the honor of partaking in the 2019
    3 weeks ago by accionlatinasf Accion Latina has the honor of partaking in the 2019  @sf_historydays  weekend, this Saturday and Sunday at the Old Mint in SF. “The Importance of Neighborhood Newspapers to San Francisco: Digital Archiving Saves Community History,” will be presented by our very own  @josue .rojas.art and  @alexis .terrazas on Sunday at 2:30PM. Don’t miss out!
  • San Francisco muralists Eli Lippert and Max Marttilas Castles Made
    2 weeks ago by accionlatinasf San Francisco muralists Eli Lippert and Max Marttila’s “Castles Made of Fog” exhibition is coming to a close, but don’t worry if you haven’t had a chance to see it yet, because we’re hosting a closing reception on March 14 (next Thursday). So mark your calendars and come celebrate With us one more time, 5:30-8:30pm at 2958 24th Street, SF  #castlesmadeoffog 
  • Con el Emperador del Carnaval de San Francisco
    3 weeks ago by accionlatinasf Con el Emperador del Carnaval de San Francisco
  • Join us on April 5th at 6PM for the opening
    2 weeks ago by accionlatinasf Join us on April 5th at 6PM for the opening reception of Remember Los Siete, an art exhibition centering on the arrest of seven young Central American men from the Mission District. The following series of talks will explore how the arrests galvanized a movement and helped define a radical politics of self-determination. Reception will be held in the Juan R. Fuentes Gallery on 2958 24th Street SF, save the date!