There is an increased likelihood that federal law enforcement agencies such as DOJ, ICE or FBI under the Trump Administration will retaliate against organizations in an effort to chill organizing and democratic participation in political dissent and protests. The National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild and Mijente invite you to a webinar outliningFind out more »
Corrido is a Mexican ballad tradition that dates back to the 19th Century and that continues to be one of the most popular forms of Mexican music today. Corridos are narrative poems that often celebrate the lives of regular people who show courage in the face of tragic situations, violence and death. Learn to writeFind out more »
You are cordially invited to attend Enlace Chicago's annual fundraiser Noche de Estrellas on Wednesday, April 26, 2017. Join us in honoring The Robert R. McCormick Foundation with the Little Village Community Giving Award. Each year, we award a community member who is a true estrella of the Little Village community with the Jesus "Chuy"Find out more »
The National Museum of Mexican Art and The International Latino Cultural Center of Chicago present Pedro Mi Amor A Tribute to Pedro Infante Join us on April 26th and 27th for a program featuring some of Pedro Infante’s best loved songs with clips from his iconic movies. This audiovisual performance, Pedro Mi Amor features someFind out more »
A night in honor of one of the best Hip Hop groups of all time. Join us as Punch House selector Tony Medina plays everything from the jazz cuts and crate dusties that ATCQ would sample from to fufill their sonic vision. Plus classic material of their own, collaborators and conptempoaries that helped shape aFind out more »
From the creators of Público and Boogie Down! We bring you Pachanga! Move your cadera with Chicago's favorite Latin bands playing live Cumbias, Salsa, Merengue, Fandango, Rock en Español, Reggaeton, Norteñas, Tamborazos, Latin House y mucho mas! Sample from our Late night Tianguis/Artist Market
featuring Live Painting by Chicago's prominent pintores and craftsmen/women.