by Rosalind Brazel
Just like postal workers, “neither snow, nor rain, nor heat” will stop Chris Lally of Outsider Pizza from slinging slices. He’s fearless in the face of any weather condition. It’s sort of a requirement of owning your own pizza cart that is stationed in the windy courtyard of Beacon Hill’s El Centro de la Raza. His strategic setup includes wind shielding and careful clothing selection. It helps him weather the storm, as it were, and focus on the important things: his pies.
Continue reading Take it Outside: Beacon Hill Pizza Cart Brings Years of Experience to Local Pies
by Susan Fried
El Centro de la Raza to unveiled and dedicated a bust of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Plaza Roberto Maestas on Feb. 1, the first day of Black History Month. The bust was a gift from the sculpture Jeff Day.
Continue reading El Centro Unveils Bronze Bust of Martin Luther King Jr.
by Carolyn Bick
A week before he died, Francisca Garcia’s brother asked her to make pozole, a Mexican beef soup with hominy and chili broth.
Continue reading Marigolds and pozole honor those remembered at El Centro de la Raza Día de los Muertos
by Susan Fried
Dozens of children and their families gathered together on Sunday, October 28, at the Centilia Cultural Center to hear from young people about how the government’s immigration policies affect them, their families, and their friends. The Families for Families Rally and March/Familias por Familias featured the voices of children who know very well how immigration policy can impact their lives.
Continue reading PHOTOS: Youth and Children Lead Familias Por Familias Rally
by Will Sweger
Sitting in the office of El Centro de la Raza, surrounded by colorful murals and creaking wooden floors, you would not guess you are in the epicenter of a modern apartment complex. In reality, though, it is the heart of something more—an alternative model for urban living. Continue reading El Centro de la Raza Offers Lessons for Community Land Use