On March 11, 2018 American Friends Service Comminute (AFSC) Pan Valley Institute organized a Know Your Rights Training in Madera, CA along with key community leaders. There was a presentation by Leticia Lopez fellow of AFSC, Silas Shawver who is … Continue reading
El Instituto Pan-Valley tendrá un Taller Comunitario de Conoce tus Derechos en la comunidad de Madera el domingo 11 de marzo de 2018 de 2pm-4pm en el Centro Comunitario Pan American ubicado en el 703 E. Sherwood Way, Madera, CA … Continue reading
The farmworker movement of the 1960s led by the United Farm Workers and Cesar Chavez, inspired a traveling group of singers known as “el teatro campesino” that would travel to different fields in the Central Valley to sing to … Continue reading
On each side of the political spectrum, one need not look too long, before finding an American that proudly perpetuates the romantic view of the U.S. melting pot. There is no arguing that the social and economic infrastructure of the U.S. was built by an international coalition of immigrants, some arriving to find better economic and social opportunity, some as refugees, and some against their will. The history of the United States is also a history of international human migration. Continue reading
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On September 25th 2016 the pan Valley institute held an education forum in Caruthers. The topics for the day included AB60, DACA and DAPA update, Prop 47, and Ice out of Fresno campaign.
We are deeply troubled by news that the Obama administration is planning to conduct a second round of raids to deport women and children from Central America. The raids are said to target young people who crossed the border as … Continue reading