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Latin Marimba Jazz Concert - Benefit for Latino Immigrant Families in Chapel Hill-Carrboro

El Centro Hispano, Inc

Saturday, February 23, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (EST)

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Latin Marimba Jazz Concert including hors d'oeuvres and drinks. Please make a donation when you purchase your ticket(s).
4h 20m $30.00 $3.46 $1.59
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$ 725 - Helps one eligible immigrant pay for an application to become a citizen: $ 500 - Screens 16 families for immigration relief: $ 495 - Allows a DACA immigrant to file for an extension of status: $ 250 - Helps two students attend Citizenship class: $ 100 - Helps El Centro Hispano with classes in Nutrition, HiSET, ESOL, HIV programs, Tutoring- any amount is appreciated
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 presenta | presents

Juan Alamo & Latin Marimba Jazz Quintet

 

Pilar Rocha-Goldberg, President & CEO, El Centro Hispano 

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   Ed Blount, Melinda Colindes, Kathie Drouin, Paula Gildner,
and Sharon Mujica

  cordialmente le invita acordially invite you to 

una noche de musica latina, comida y vino | an evening of Latin music, food and wine

en beneficio de familias latinas inmigrante en necesidad | to benefit our Latino immigrant families in need 

y para apoyar el programa de inmigracion en Chapel Hill-Carrboroand to support the immigration program in Chapel Hill-Carrboro

Sábado, 23 de Febrero, 2019 | Saturday, February 23, 2019

6:30 PM:  Bebidas y entremeses | Drinks and hors d’oeuvres

7:45 PM:  Presentación | Performance

Atuendo Casual | Casual Attire

El cupo es limitado | Seating is limited   

Juan Álamo is an internationally known performer, composer, and educator. An Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Dr. Alamo has presented solo recitals at universities and percussion and jazz festivals throughout the United States, Europe, Central and South America, and the Caribbean. He has been featured as a soloist and with Jazz ensembles in television and radio shows in Puerto Rico, Mexico, Venezuela and the United States.

Dr. Álamo has recorded and shared the stage performing in collaboration with renowned artists such as Keiko Abe, William Cahn, Ney Rosauro, Orlando Cotto, Steve Shick, Tito Puente, John Wooton, Dave Samuels, Michael Spiro, Alfredo Naranjo, and Ted Piltzecker. He has performed and recorded with the San Juan Pops and played the Classical orchestral repertoire with the Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Krzyszt Penderecki and Sergiu Comissiona, and appeared at the 58th Grammy Awards.

Dr. Álamo and his quintet are donating their performance in support of El Centro Hispano’s leadership in assisting immigration families in need.




 


 

    
 

 

       

 


        

                           
 

 



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200 S Elliott Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27514

Saturday, February 23, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (EST)


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El Centro Hispano, Inc

Our vision is the Hispanic/Latino community strengthening North Carolina.

Mission and Purpose: The organization works to strengthen the community, build bridges, and serve as advocates for equity and inclusion of Hispanics /Latinos in the Triangle area of North Carolina. We achieve these purposes by making advancements in Education, Economic Development, and Health & Well-being. 

Our core Initiatives:

1) Education Program focus on increasing school readiness, academic achievement, and college access; enhancing parent involvement; expanding adult literacy, English proficiency, and elementary; and building employability skills. Programs include Pre-K Enrichment classroom, K-12 tutoring, college preparation program, Mothered, Circle of Parents, English as Second Language classes, Spanish classes, Plaza Comunitaria (a collaboration with the Mexican National Institute of Adult Education), computer classes, and citizenship classes.

2) Economic Development Program focus on expanding economic opportunities and financial capabilities of Latinos through work creation, workforce training, and financial counseling. In April 2015, the Center for Employment and Leadership (CEL), also known as the Worker’s Center, opened its doors in Carrboro to connect job seekers with employment and job skills training. CEL primarily serves day laborers, domestic workers, and area employers Staff also conduct outreach, community education, and advocacy for worker protection, workplace safety, income/job security, and fair wages.

3) Health and Well-being Programs embrace a holistic approach to building health and healthy communities for Latinos by addressing the social determinants of health and eliminating disparities and gaps in service delivery. Interventions focus on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Access to Healthcare, and Community (Direct) Support Services. Community Support Services seek to increase access to information, tools, and resources needed by community members to address their needs and/or achieve their goals. Services include information and referral, case management, linkage to area resources, interpretation/translation, legal clinics, immigrant assistance, community forums, and other enabling support or consultation needed. By providing these services, the staff gather data, identify concerns, and track service barriers to later work with service providers on making improvements

4) Community Engagement and Advocacy Program is a recently modified initiative within the organization that seeks to increase the capacity of community members to respond to, advocate for, and address issues affecting the lives of Latinos in the Triangle area; assuring representation and inclusion of Latinos and their concerns in planning and decision-making. Efforts seek to gather and provide accurate information about the Latino community, assist with community assessments, build awareness of issues affecting Latinos, inform policy, develop leadership within the community, conduct grassroots outreach, facilitate community mobilization and action, foster and support collaborative action and inspire cross-cultural appreciation. Programs include Youth Leaders in Action (YLA)/Jovenes Lideres en Accion (JLA), LGBT Leadership & Support Groups (EntreAmigos, EntreNosotras, Mujeres en Accion, and Hola Latino), Voter Registration Drives, and community forums. As an affiliate of UnidosUs (fomerly National Council of La Raza), ECH is well positioned to address issues, changing policies, and connect local initiatives to a network of advocates and allies across the nation.



 



 


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