Back in September of 2016 we applied for inclusion on San Francisco’s Registry of Legacy Businesses, but because Acción Latina didn’t formally incorporate until 1987, our application was held until January when we could meet the requirement of “30 years of continuous operation in San Francisco.” Our application was first reviewed by the Historic Preservation Commission at the beginning of March. After several weeks and a another review by the Small Business Commission on March 27, 2017, we can now say that Acción Latina has been approved for official inclusion in the Legacy Business Registry. This prestigious designation is a recognition of our organization’s unique contribution to the cultural tapestry of the city.
- Erika Carlos named editor-in-chief of El Tecolote, San Francisco’s legacy Latinx publication
- Bilingual newspaper in Mission District celebrates over 50 years in service to SF’s Latino community
- ABC7 features Acción Latina spreading arts and culture throughout Bay Area
- Golden Legacy Gala Art Auction
- THE JUAN R. FUENTES GALLERY PRESENTS: First Exposure