#LatinosGive on #GivingTuesday is coming up on Tuesday, November 28th, 2017
We know there are a lot of causes close to your heart this year, but we would be honored to know we're one of your choices!
Vamos a Jugar en las Ruinas, (Let’s Go Play in the Ruins): A Survey of Work by Eloy Torrez is an upcoming exhibition curated by Sally Mincher coming to Plaza de la Raza’s Boathouse Gallery.
Hay Más Adelante is a day of educational events to help Hispanic-American seniors and other beneficiaries gain a better understanding of their health and health care coverage options. Hay Más Adelante es un dia de eventos educativos para ayudar a los hispanos mayores y otros beneficiarios a entender mejor su salud, y las opciones de seguro de salud a su alcance.
The 3rd annual Tatuaje festival celebrating the distinct tattoo culture of Los Angeles will return Saturday, July 29 at Plaza de la Raza.
With a cast of 25 students from Plaza de la Raza's CAP Theatre Program, Nuestro Barrio will have five free shows: three at Plaza de la Raza and two at the REDCAT Theatre.
La Bulla returns to Plaza on Saturday, May 6th! Click for more info or to buy tickets!
Students from all over the state are invited to attend the Student Voices Summit & Screening on April 29th at Plaza de la Raza in Los Angeles. This event is free and open to all California public school students in grades 7-12 and their teachers and families. Space is limited and registration is required.
I: WITNESS opens April 7 & 8 at Plaza de la Raza! A student-written play, I: WITNESS is performed by students and professional actors and parallels the lives of veterans from the East L.A. Student Walkouts, Chicano Moratorium and seminal art movements with youth of current day East L.A.