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Ballet Folklórico de México de Amalia Hernández
ANN ARBOR MI: El Ballet Folklórico de México de Amalia Hernández se presentará el próximo sábado 6 de febrero de 2022 a las 4:00pm en Hill Auditorio  


Día de la Mujer conference

According to MSU’s website, the Día de la Mujer (DDLM) conference, coordinated by the Office of Cultural & Academic Transitions (OCAT) and sponsored by C.R.U. and other MSU departments, is an event that has become a source of education and development for the many hundreds of people it attracts each year. DDLM provides an environment where networking connections are made for employment and educational opportunities for Michigan Latina empowerment. 


Progress Michigan earns petition victory in Michigan Supreme Court

Op Ed by Progress Michigan

Michigan’s Top Court Strikes Down Signature Cap and Affidavit requirements for signature gathering efforts

LANSING, Jan. 21, 2022: After nearly three years of legal battles, Progress Michigan scored a major victory today before the Michigan Supreme Court on their fight against onerous signature gathering requirements in PA 608 of 2018. 






 

 

Wherever we are, our organizing work continues to receive a Lazarus at our doors.

By Baldemar Velásquez 

Jan. 18, 2022: Last week, an old member—Ricardo Salazar—came to our office at FLOC, looking for work. As I questioned him, I learned that he had been a farmworker member under our union agreement at Charles Jones Packing in Oak Harbor before the operation moved to South Carolina.


El Tipico Restaurant Founder, Ezekiel Villa, takes final tour of duty

By La Prensa Staff

Ezekiel Villa passed away peacefully in his Toledo home on Wednesday, January 19, 2022, at the age of 90.  


North Toledo residents meet to address Safety and other Quality-of-Life Concerns

By Ramón Pérez

A record number of shootings and murders across the city and in the Lagrange One Village Council neighborhoods attracted over fifty north Toledo residents to meet with the Toledo Police Department (TPD) and other city officials at the Chet Zablocki Senior Center on January 20, 2022 to begin addressing safety concerns in their neighborhood and other issues.


The Toledo Repertoire Theatre is looking for a diverse cast of actors, singers, and dancers of Hispanic, Latinx and African American heritage.

Auditions will take place Sunday February 6th, 2022, 6:00-9:00pm by appointment only.




 

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CLEVELAND PUBLIC LIBRARY PRESENTS THE POWER OF WOMEN
The Library announces the 2022 Writers & Readers series

JANUARY 24, 2022: Cleveland Public Library is hosting a series of candid conversations with four women who have redefined standards for race, culture, and society. It’s part of Writers & Readers which engages authors, academics, and public figures in discussions surrounding the books and stories that have shaped their lives. This year’s theme is Courage, Commitment, and Change.


The Cleveland Museum of Art promotes Key Jo Lee to Associate Curator of American Art

January 18, 2022: The Cleveland Museum of Art has announced Key Jo Lee’s promotion to associate curator of American art, effective July 1, 2022. Lee began her tenure at the Cleveland Museum of Art in 2017 as assistant director of Academic Affairs and in 2021 became director of Academic Affairs and associate curator of special projects. She specializes in American art and visual cultures, as well as photographic history and theory. Her research interests include 19th-century photography and portraiture, interdisciplinary art histories, new materialism and Black abstraction.


20 quilts made from clothes left on Arizona migrant trails

By HENRY BREAN, Arizona Daily Star

TUCSON, Ariz., Jan. 21, 2022 (AP): Twenty quilts stitched together with clothes abandoned on Arizona's migrant trails will soon be displayed together for the first time at the Arizona History Museum in Tucson.




 

 

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STATEMENT ON LA PRENSA READERSHIPLa Prensa Newspaper has been publishing since 1989 and prints 12,000 hardcopy of its weekly, bilingual issue, as can be verified by calling our printer Michigan Web Press of Davisburg MI at 810-664-7403. In addition, Mid-month, La Prensa is part of the monthly publication Lazo Cultural, which prints 10,000. La Prensa has a 92% pick up rate of its hardcopy, with a readership multiple of 3.6.  It is not about numbers being printed, but numbers being printed, then distributed, then picked up, and then read—PR+D+PI+R.
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