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Adelante, Latinos - Glendale Unified School District

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Thank you to the @GlendaleNewsPress for highlighting the Glendale Library, Arts & Culture's Día de los Mu***os celebration.

Co-sponsored by Glendale Latino Association and Adelante, Latinos - Glendale Unified School District

Read the news article here http://www.glendalenewspress.com/
Join us for the annual Día de Los Mu***os/Day of the Dead celebrations at Glendale Central Library on Saturday, November 6, 3:00pm.

Participate in the community altar by bringing your offerings to the Central Library from November 1 - November 6, 2021. For questions about the altar offerings, please contact Guillermo Garcia via email at [email protected].

For more information about the event, visit https://glendaleca.libnet.info/event/5650891

Co-sponsored by Adelante, Latinos - Glendale Unified School District and Glendale Latino Association

#myglendalelac #DIA2021 #DiadelosMu***os #myglendale
Join us for the annual Dia de Los Mu***os/Day of the Dead Celebrations at Glendale Central Library on Saturday, November 6, 3:00pm.

Participate in the community altar by bringing your offerings to the Central Library from November 1 - November 6, 2021. For questions about the alter offerings, please contact Guillermo Garcia via email at [email protected].

For more information about the event, visit https://glendaleca.libnet.info/event/5650891

Co-sponsored by Adelante, Latinos - Glendale Unified School District and Glendale Latino Association

#myglendalelac #DIA2021 #DiadelosMu***os #myglendale
Looking for ways to celebrate Día de Los Mu***os?

Join the Glendale celebration at Glendale Central Library on Saturday, November 6, 3PM. https://glendaleca.libnet.info/event/5650891

Co-sponsored by Adelante, Latinos - Glendale Unified School District and Glendale Latino Association
Ready for Glendale DDLM?

Fresh marigolds at @glendaleartsakhfarmersmarket today!

Adelante, Latinos - Glendale Unified School District
Filipino American Business Association of Glendale has an event today for Filipino Heritage Month at Pacific Park.

When: Saturday, October 23, 2021
Where: Pacific Community Center, 501 S. Pacific Ave., Glendale

October is Filipino-American History month in the USA. The Filipino-American Business Association of Glendale (FABAG-GLAC) is celebrating on Oct. 23, 2021, with a cultural presentation showcasing Philippine tourism, the song, dance, and fashion show of traditional clothing by famous designer Carl Andrada.

We start with a Business Expo, followed by Merienda (food sampling) and Cultural show. It's a FREE event offered by FABAG for the last 32 years.
SAVE THE DATE and celebrate Philippine history in the City of Glendale

Adelante, Latinos - Glendale Unified School District
Please join the Glendale community in learning about the roadmap to improved outcomes for Glendale youth. Glendale is fortunate to have such a remarkable TK-14 (Community College!) pipeline for its youth to access. This scorecard report highlights recommendations for action to ensure that the full complement of Glendale's talent pipeline advances. Glendale Community College Glendale Latino Association #myglendaleteens Adelante, Latinos - Glendale Unified School District Glendale Unified School District

Link to the event:
https://glendale-edu.zoom.us/j/95691292092
Adelante, Latinos - Glendale Unified School District
Today, we honor and celebrate the birth and legacy of civil rights and labor movement leader Cesar Chavez.

Adelante, Latinos - Glendale Unified School District is celebrating Cesar Chavez Day by featuring videos created by our middle and school students! The videos share the life and work of United Farm Workers and labor activists Dolores Huerta and Cesar Chavez.

You can watch these videos on their YouTube channel here:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ8u522L0gPWqGE_2Z7ucA8-LeKjkAuBC

Don't forget to subscribe to their YouTube channel!

#CesarChavezDay
Check out our YouTube play list from Hispanic Heritage Month 2020 - Embracing the Future and Be Proud of the Past!

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ8u522L0gPVlwllwX7bj3gPze4o-5aNN
Check out our YouTube play list from Hispanic Heritage Month 2020 - Embracing the Future and Be Proud of the Past!

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ8u522L0gPVlwllwX7bj3gPze4o-5aNN
Video of the March 17th Glendale Latino Association presentation about the March 1968 Chicana/o student walkouts event!

¡Adelante, Latinos! is an all-volunteer committee within the Glendale Unified School District dedicated to the advancement, support and success of all students of Hispanic/Latinx heritage in our schools.

Operating as usual

12/04/2021

GLA's Annual Toy Drive with a twist! Walk downtown to visit local Latino Restaurants! Support by buying food or take a picture to promote. #GlendaleLatinos #MiGlendale
-Bring gifts for the Cops for Kids Toy Drive to drop off at Portos. Gifts for older children
-Walk with your own group or meet-up at the donation table outside of Porto's for a name tag.

http://www.glendalelatinoassociation.com/event/latinx-restaurant-crawl/

Salma Hayek Cried When She First Saw Herself In Her "Eternals" Costume, And Now I'm Crying 11/11/2021

Salma Hayek Cried When She First Saw Herself In Her "Eternals" Costume, And Now I'm Crying

Salma Hayek Cried When She First Saw Herself In Her "Eternals" Costume, And Now I'm Crying "I saw my brown face in a superhero suit."

Photos from Glendale DDLM's post 11/06/2021

Photos from Glendale DDLM's post

11/04/2021

#NativeAmericanHeritageMonth is a time to celebrate rich and diverse cultures, traditions, and histories, and to acknowledge the important contributions of Native people. Native American Heritage Month is also a special opportunity to bring awareness to our community about the unique challenges Native people have faced both historically and in the present, and the ways in which tribal citizens have worked to conquer these challenges.

11/01/2021
Photos from Adelante, Latinos - Glendale Unified School District's post 10/28/2021

¡Adelante, Latinos! Reunion de Planificacion Estrategica
Propósito: El determinar la mejor manera de apoyar a TODOS nuestros estudiantes latinos.
Fecha: Miércoles, 3 de noviembre de 2021
Hora:6:00pm

Zoom Link: https://glendaleusd.zoom.us/j/82984000982
Meeting ID: 829 8400 0982

¡Necesitamos la perspectiva de los padres, los estudiantes, el personal y la comunidad! ¡Por favor, únete a nosotros!

¡Adelante, Latinos! es un comité de voluntarios dentro del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Glendale, dedicado al avance, apoyo y éxito de todos los estudiantes con herencia Hispana/Latinx en nuestras escuelas.

Preguntas? Contacto [email protected].
¡Todos son bienvenidos!

¡Adelante, Latinos! Strategic Planning Meeting
Purpose: Supporting all Latinx students in GUSD
Date: Wednesday, November 3, 2021 Time:
Hora: 6:00pm

Zoom Link: https://glendaleusd.zoom.us/j/82984000982
Meeting ID: 829 8400 0982

We need to hear parents, students, staff, and community voices! Please join us!

¡Adelante, Latinos! is an all-volunteer committee within the Glendale Unified School District dedicated to the advancement, support and
success of all students of Hispanic/Latinx heritage in our schools.

Contact [email protected] with any questions.
All are welcome!

10/17/2021

An altar in Oaxaca City.🕯🧡 We don't just celebrate our loved ones when they are with us here on Earth, we celebrate their life and the legacy they have left behind. We celebrate them, who they were, and their beautiful souls. Día de los Mu***os is not about death, it's about life.👏🏽⁠ // IG 📸: @roymendezmx⁠ #mitucommunity #tpi ✨Follow Fierce by mitú

Photos from Chicano News's post 10/16/2021

Photos from Chicano News's post

Photos from Chicano News's post 10/16/2021

Photos from Chicano News's post

10/15/2021

"There will be no free rides, no excuses. You already have two strikes against you: your name and your complexion."
- Jaime Escalante

"Because of these two strikes, there are some people in this world who will assume that you know less than you do. Math is the great equalizer... When you go for a job, the person giving you that job will not want to hear your problems; ergo, neither do I. You're going to work harder here than you've ever worked anywhere else. And the only thing I ask from you is ganas. Desire."

"Did you know that neither the Greeks nor the Romans were capable of using the concept of zero? It was your ancestors, the Mayans, who first contemplated the zero. The absence of value. True story. You *burros* have math in your blood!"

10/13/2021

Teenage Cesar Chavez with his friends. He's wearing a Pachuco Zoot Suit, which was a public symbol of Mexican-American Pride. Standing next to Chavez is Helen Fabela of East San Jose, who would become his wife. The other couple is Robert and Lupe Jimenez, Cesar compardes of East Los Angeles. This photo was taken in East San Jose, California.

#Pachuco
#Veteran
#UnionLeader
#CivilRightsLeader

Timeline Photos 10/12/2021

Timeline Photos

Bolivian-born educator Jaime Escalante became one of the best-known teachers in the United States for his work at Garfield High School, where his students—mostly working-class and Latino— scored higher on their AP Calculus tests than ever before. He is remembered for his philosophy that every student is capable of high achievement, regardless of their circumstances.

Among many awards and recognitions, Escalante received the Presidential Medal for Excellence and was inducted into the National Teachers Hall of Fame in 1999. His story was captured in the 1988 movie, Stand and Deliver.

Learn more about his story in Nuestra América: latino.si.edu/Nuestra-America

Companion educational resources for #NuestraAmérica available via the Smithsonian Learning Lab: https://s.si.edu/NuestraAmericaLab

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Jaime Escalante, maestro nacido en Bolivia, se convirtió en uno de los maestros más conocidos en los Estados Unidos por su trabajo en Garfield High School, donde sus estudiantes, en su mayoría de clase trabajadora y latinos, obtuvieron calificaciones más altas que nunca en sus pruebas de Cálculo AP. Se le recuerda por su filosofía de que todo estudiante es capaz de lograr un alto rendimiento, independientemente de sus circunstancias.

Entre sus muchos reconocimientos, Escalante recibió la Medalla Presidencial a la Excelencia y fue incluido en el Salón Nacional de la Fama de los Maestros en 1999. Su historia fue capturada en 1988 en la película Stand and Deliver.

Conoce más acerca de su historia: latino.si.edu/es/Nuestra-America

Recursos educativos complementarios para #NuestraAmérica disponibles en el Smithsonian Learning Lab: https://s.si.edu/NuestraAmericaES

📷 ©1992 George Rodríguez. National Portrait Gallery collections.

#HispanicHeritageMonth #MesDeLaHerenciaHispana

10/11/2021

Indigenous Peoples' Day is a holiday that celebrates and honors Native American peoples and commemorates their histories and cultures.

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Check out our YouTube Playlist for the 2021 ¡Adelante, Latinos! 2021 Hispanic Heritage Month Speaker Series!
https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ8u522L0gPUeHFIqdIuu9xEK6PUPbwpi

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10/07/2021

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Look at our videos from the ­¡Adelante, Latinos! 2021 Hispanic Heritage Month YouTube Playlist!! New videos added the day after a speaker presents!
https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ8u522L0gPUeHFIqdIuu9xEK6PUPbwpi

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Photos from Chicano News's post 10/02/2021

Photos from Chicano News's post

The First “Queen of Tejano” and Six More Women to Know this Hispanic Heritage Month 09/24/2021

The First “Queen of Tejano” and Six More Women to Know this Hispanic Heritage Month

The First “Queen of Tejano” and Six More Women to Know this Hispanic Heritage Month By Ashleigh Coren of the National Portrait Gallery, Miriam Doutriaux of the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum, Meredith Holmgren of the Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage, Emily Margolis of the National Air and Space Museum and the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard &

09/24/2021

#DidYouKnow: Before Brown v. Board of Education, there was Mendez v. Westminster.

Sylvia Mendez was born in Santa Ana, California in 1936. As a young child, Ms. Mendez was the child at the center of the landmark 1947 case, Mendez vs. Westminster, in which her parents and neighbors fought against segregated education for children of Mexican descent in southern California, a case that banned segregation in California public schools and paved the way for the national ban on segregated schools in Brown vs. Board of Education seven years later.

After retiring from a career as a pediatric nurse, Ms. Mendez devoted her life to telling the story of her family and the legacy of the case, and in 2011 she received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Obama for her advocacy for educational opportunity for “children of all backgrounds and all walks of life.”

Read more: http://sylviamendezschool.org/who-is-sylvia-mendez

The CDE celebrates #NationalHispanicHeritageMonth as part of ongoing efforts to acknowledge, recognize and honor the diverse histories and backgrounds of CA students, staff and families. Learn more at www.hispanicheritagemonth.gov! #HHM #HHM2021

Ellen Ochoa - Wikipedia 09/23/2021

Ellen Ochoa - Wikipedia

Ellen Ochoa has a similar story about being rejected and eventually becoming an astronaut.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ellen_Ochoa

Ellen Ochoa - Wikipedia Ellen Ochoa (born May 10, 1958) is an American engineer, former astronaut and former director of the Johnson Space Center.[1] In 1993 Ochoa became the first Hispanic woman to go to space when she served on a nine-day mission aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery.[2] Ochoa became director of the center....

Perseverance: Meet Astronaut Dr. Jose M. Hernandez 09/22/2021

Perseverance: Meet Astronaut Dr. Jose M. Hernandez

Perseverance: Meet Astronaut Dr. Jose M. Hernandez Leer en español There are only four minimum requirements needed to apply for the NASA astronaut program: Be a US citizen (or have dual citizenship) A Master's Degree in a STEM field Two years professional experience after getting your STEM degree or 1,000 hours of pilot-in-command time on a jet Pas...

09/21/2021

Barbie just announced a Celia Cruz barbie doll!🇨🇺🎙 AND a Julia Alvarez barbie doll too!🇩🇴📖 We are shook-eth!😍 ⁠⁠
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"Barbie is proud to announce two new one-of-a-kind Role Models in Celia Cruz, the Cuban “Queen of Salsa,” and Dominican-American author and activist Julia Alvarez. Through their legendary careers and bravery in self-expression, these women continue to inspire generations of young Latinos to proudly tell their stories." —@Barbie 💗⁠⁠
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Who's trying to sn**ch these new FIERCE barbies?🙌🏽⁠⁠ #caa #tpi
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// IG @barbie @mattel ✨Follow Fierce by mitú

09/17/2021
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09/16/2021

THE LEGEND OF THE FLOWER OF CEMPASÚCHIL🌻💖🐉

This beautiful legend tells the love story of two young Aztecs, Xóchitl and Huitzilin, as well as the legend about the Cempasúchil flower.

The romance of these two young people began when they were still little. As children they had fun playing together and enjoying the surroundings of their town. In time, it was natural that a great love blossomed between them.

They say that every afternoon they went up to the top of the mountain to bring flowers to Tonatiuh, the sun god, he seemed to smile at them from the heights before the offering of lovers, and they swore to love each other forever, even beyond death.

One day the war came and the lovers had to part because the young Huitzilin had to go to fight.

Sadly soon after, news came that Huitzilin had been wounded and eventually killed. The beautiful Xóchitl felt her heart break with pain.

She decided to climb the mountain for the last time to implore Tonatiuh, the sun god, to unite her forever with his love. The shaken sun released one of its rays and when it touched the girl, it turned her into a beautiful flower, with colors as intense as the sun's rays.
In a short time a hummingbird arrived that lovingly settled in the center of the flower.

It was Huitzilin who had transformed into a beautiful hummingbird. Instantly the flower opened into 20 petals, with an intense and mysterious aroma ... Lovers would always be together as long as marigolds and hummingbirds existed.

This is how the marigold flower was born, the flower of the dead

09/14/2021

The Glendale Unified School District presents:
Mental Health Forum: Su***de Prevention Awareness
Presented Live on Zoom
Tuesday, September 21, 2021
Register for our upcoming mental health forum! It's the first one of the school year and takes place on Tuesday, September 21.

You can register for the Zoom session and submit questions here: www.gusd.net/September21
@gusdstudents @glendaleusd

The Glendale Unified School District presents:
Mental Health Forum: Su***de Prevention Awareness
Presented Live on Zoom
Tuesday, September 21, 2021
Register for our upcoming mental health forum! It's the first one of the school year and takes place on Tuesday, September 21.

You can register for the Zoom session and submit questions here: www.gusd.net/September21
@gusdstudents @glendaleusd

09/14/2021

La Reina💀💖
🌹👑Long live the Queen 👑 🌹
📷 @lilylove213

09/14/2021

GUSD ¡Adelante, Latinos! Hispanic Heritage Month Speaker Series: David Heredia, Wednesday, Sep 15 · 5–6 PM

https://glendaleusd.zoom.us/j/82566149980

09/14/2021

GUSD ¡Adelante, Latinos! Hispanic Heritage Month Speaker Series: David Heredia, Wednesday, Sep 15 · 5–6 PM

https://glendaleusd.zoom.us/j/82566149980

Join us for 5 weeks of learning from renowned Latinx professionals who serve their communities in different ways. The theme for the 2021 Hispanic Heritage Month is: “Esperanza: A Celebration of Hispanic Heritage and Hope”

We encourage students grades 7-12 to participate in these webinars to learn and enhance their understanding of Hispanic Heritage.

Speaker for September 15th: David Heredia

09/06/2021

Mexico has a long history helping people from around the world. The Moors and Jewish people fled from Spain to Mexico during the Spanish Inquisition. The first nations escaping the American genocide. African-Americans escaping slavery. American Catholics and Irish-Americans escaping Protestant persecution. Even in modern times. Spanish. Cuban, Argentinians, don't matter what political spectrum they are. Center, Republican and Communist have all escaped Dictatorships and fled to Mexico.

Photos from Mujeres De Maiz's post 09/04/2021

Photos from Mujeres De Maiz's post

09/03/2021

Christine Benitez - I want one for your office!

Handmade in natural wood 👌😍

08/25/2021

The first Mexican Empire (1822) with an area of ​​4,925,283 km², limiting to the north with Oregon and to the south with Gran Colombia (now Panama) reached the largest extension that Mexico had as an independent country. The first Mexican Emperor family originated from El Paso, Texas.

Timeline Photos 08/06/2021

Timeline Photos

¡Feliz día de independencia, Bolivia! 🇧🇴

This shawl by artist Carlos Sánchez is part of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian collections; the dragons or devils on this piece indicate that it's part of the outfit of a Diablada dancer. La Diablada (Dance of the Devils) is a typical Andean dance characterized by the masks and devil outfits worn by the performers. This dance is the centerpiece of the Oruro Carnival, combining indigenous religious ceremonies with Spanish carnival and Catholic beliefs.

The Oruro Carnival is one of the most famous carnivals in Latin America. In 2008, UNESCO recognized it as part of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

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Este chal del artista Carlos Sánchez está en las colecciones del Museo Nacional del Indígena Americano; los dragones o diablos en esta pieza indican que es parte del atuendo de un/a bailarin/a de Diablada. La Diablada o Danza de los Diablos es una danza típica andina caracterizada por las máscaras y trajes de diablo que usan los artistas. Esta danza es el acto principal del Carnaval de Oruro, y combina ceremonias religiosas indigenas con creencias Católicas y tradiciones de Carnavales de España.

El Carnaval de Oruro es unos de los carnavales más famosos de América Latina. En 2008, la UNESCO lo reconoció como parte del Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial de la Humanidad.

¡Adelante, Latinos! with the Glendale Unified School District

¡Adelante, latinos! es un comité de voluntarios dentro del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Glendale dedicado al avance, apoyo y éxito de todos los estudiantes de herencia hispana/latinx en nuestras escuelas.

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GUSD ¡Adelante,Latinos! Meeting #1 for 2019-2020!  Led by Christine Benitez, Carlos N Beatriz Bautista, and  Patricia Zu...
A fiesta! Yes, celebration time for our 2019 Adelante Latino students! Felicidades! Congratulations!

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