In addition to walking away with the feeling of empowerment, there will also be cash prizes, $200 textbook scholarship, and catered lunch. Special guest speaker Adele Andrade-Stadler, Mayor of Alhambra will open the event.
Event draws many struggling to avoid homelessness, while Mayor Adele Andrade-Stadler and Councilmember Ross Maza join the break out discussions.
The 22nd annual event drew 275 ALA supporters to the Lakeview Room at Almansor Court for an evening celebrating Latino culture and education; this year’s honoree was ATA President Tammy Scorcia.
Shawn Li's design will be on the opposite side of the next edition of the Alhambra Source bookmark.
Tammy Scorcia, this year's Alhambra Latino Association honoree, sees affordable housing and the census count as vital issues in her community.
Alhambra High School students presented a resolution declaring Alhambra a sanctuary city for all people, regardless of immigration status.
The KidsZone Preschool Academy will officially open its doors the last week of April 2019, providing residents of Pasadena and Northeast Los Angeles a childcare and early-learning facility that emphasizes a culturally diverse and inclusive atmosphere. To celebrate, founders Yvonne…
Mark Keppel High School’s All-Male Hip-Hop Dance Team competed in three rounds of NBC’s “World of Dance.”
Inside MKAM’s rise from underdog to one of the best hip-hop dance crews in the country.
Alhambra High School hosted a series of events last week as part of the national immigration rights movement, "ComingOut of the Shadows Week." Students, teachers, and community leaders came together to listen to students share their immigration stories, stand in solidarity, and highlight the resources provided by the school’s Dream Center.