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commented 2021-10-17 12:04:13 -0700
JUSTICE FOR HAITI,

It is with this word that we will file a complaint before the International Court of Justice, the highest international tribunal in the world over the assassination of the Haitian head of state on July 7, 2021. https://www.icj-cij.org/en For proper investigation and trial of all accomplices we will be put under arrest the President’s Cabinet and the Presidential Security. We are putting under arrest the leaders of the government opposition and all its acolytes, and we demand the removal of the immunity of all foreign presidents and diplomats involved in this conspiracy to be on trial before the Supreme Court International of Justice. The world knows we are the children of 1804, they are jealous and want to eliminate the nation, they have violated national sovereignty many times, and this time they go too far, so now we revolt. Remember that Unity allowed Haiti to be freed from slavery, unfortunately divisions led to the assassination of the country’s heads of state, so let’s be aware today, let’s unite once again to get Justice for Haiti in the International Supreme Court who can resolve the president’s death case and make all other countries involved in this serious crime against Haiti pay for what they have done and make sure to indemnify Haiti for this damage, and then we can draw an example to the world and make sure this disrespected fool act never happened again.

Join this movement and invite others. JUSTICE FOR HAITI!
commented 2021-10-16 12:35:19 -0700
Hello,


My name is Jessica Flores, and I am a doctoral student in the University of Kentucky’s Clinical Psychology PhD Program supervised by Dr. Christal Badour. I am recruiting participants for my dissertation study, which aims to understand the intimate relationships and sexual health outcomes of young adult Latina women living in the U.S. This study is being conducted in both English and Spanish, and compensation will be available to some participants. I have included information in both English and Spanish about the study and eligibility criteria. Can you please share information about my study with participants of your organization? Let me know if you have any questions. I appreciate your help!


Thanks,

Jessica Flores


Relationship Study for Young Adult Latinx/Hispanic Women


Researchers at the University of Kentucky’s Department of Psychology are inviting young adult Latinx/Hispanic women to participate in an ongoing research study. This study is focused on understanding the sexual health and intimate relationships of young adult Latinx/Hispanic women. This study involves completing a confidential online survey. The first 150 participants will receive $20 gift card, and the remaining participants can enter to win a $20 gift card.


You may be eligible to participate if you:

• Self-identify as female and Latinx or Hispanic;

• Are between the ages of 18-33;

• Currently live in the U.S.;

• Have been in at least one intimate relationship in the past year, which can include any of the following:

- Spouse or partner (married spouses, common-law spouses, civil union spouses, domestic

partners)

- Boyfriends/girlfriends

- Dating partners

- Ongoing sexual partners

If you are interested in learning more about participating, visit https://tinyurl.com/latinastarrc



For more information, contact:

Jessica Flores, M.S.

Stress, Trauma, and Recovery

Research Collaborative (STARRC)

[email protected]




Estudio de las relaciones intimas de las adultas jóvenes hispanas/latinas


Investigadores del Departamento de Psicología de la Universidad de Kentucky invitan a adultas jóvenes hispanas/latinas a participar en un estudio investigativo. Este estudio se enfoca en comprender la salud sexual y las relaciones íntimas de mujeres hispanas/latinas adultas jóvenes. Este estudio requiere completar un cuestionario confidencial en línea. Las primeras 150 participantes recibirán una tarjeta de regalo de $20, mientras que el resto de las participantes pueden entrar a un sorteo para ganar una tarjeta de regalo de $20.



Puede ser elegible si:

• Se identifica como mujer latina/latinx o hispana;

• Tiene entre las edades de 18 a 33 años;

• Actualmente vive en los Estados Unidos;

• Ha estado en al menos una relación íntima en el último año, lo cual puede incluir cualquiera de las siguientes:

o Esposo/a o pareja (parejas casadas o en unión libre)

o Novio/novia

o Alguien con quien esta saliendo

o Pareja sexual recurrente


Si está interesada en conocer más acerca de cómo participar, visite:

https://tinyurl.com/latinastarrc


Para más información:

Jessica Flores, M.S.

Stress, Trauma, and Recovery

Research Collaborative (STARRC)

[email protected]
commented 2021-10-15 12:23:11 -0700
Are you a 501c3 ?
commented 2021-10-15 05:38:04 -0700
Good day!

We help communities to organize live interactive virtual tours of the most visited cities (e.g., Sydney, Venice, Oslo, Tokyo, etc.), host entertaining events all over the world, and the events are free now, so, If possible then let’s have a virtual meeting whenever it is convenient so that we can discuss further.

my Email: [email protected]


Thank you.
commented 2021-10-11 10:38:04 -0700
Hi,

My name is Jinger Alvarez, LCSW, I am the Community School Program Specialist from Los Angeles County Office of Education assigned to Montebello High School. I am reaching out obtain information regarding your program and set up an virtual meeting to discuss possible collaboration. My email is [email protected] (562) 966-0206.


With gratitude,


Jinger
commented 2021-10-01 14:48:32 -0700
I am reaching to ask if provide workshops or training for educators or school staff/admin about working with LGBTQ students? The school district I am currently working with is looking to give their staff additional training on this topic and I’d really appreciate any recommendations! Thank you in advance!
commented 2021-09-28 09:50:39 -0700
To whom it may concern,


My name is Beatriz Noriega, I work for Focus Latino, a Marketing Research Firm specializing in the Hispanic market. Over the years we have conducted many Healthcare projects with patients, caregivers & doctors including several for Hemophilia, Hunter Syndrome, HIV, Alzheimer’s, among others. Please visit: www.focuslatino.com for more information.


Now we have a project on Lupus and we know the Hispanic community is at a disadvantage for several reasons: distrust, language barriers, legal status, lack of health insurance, lack of information, lack of awareness, cultural issues, etc.


Our project on Lupus consists of two Webinars with people from the Los Angeles region and we are looking for your help to promote these among your constituents – Lupus patients and caregivers. We know that you can’t give us any private information but you can advertise this to the people that belong to your chapter so that they can register for the webinars. If you are willing to help we will send you a promotional leaflet with the registration information.


The two Los Angeles Latino Lupus Webinars are planned for November 9 & 16 at 7pm PT and will be conducted in Spanish. They will be conducted on Zoom, so participants will need either a Computer, Tablet or Smartphone with a good internet connection. Each webinar should last about 60 minutes.


- Webinar #1) How Lupus disproportionately affects Latinos and building a sustainable support system for your mind & body

- Webinar #2) What Clinical Trials are and the need for Latino Patient representation being critical for the development of safe & effective new Lupus treatments


This is is purely an Educational webinar and there is no commitment required of any kind. Any help you can give us in spreading the word about the webinars so we can get as many people as possible (patients & caregivers) to register will be greatly appreciated; and please let me know how many you think might be interested.


If you or anyone needs more information you can contact me or my partner Guy Antonioli at our emails or by calling our office at (512) 306-7393 during office hours 9am – 5pm CT.


Many Thanks & Best, Beatriz
commented 2021-09-27 14:45:37 -0700
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commented 2021-09-03 14:36:11 -0700
Hello, My name is Felipe and I work at the GAP clothing store. I wanted to see if we could possible help with a clothing drive maybe coats or socks sometime in September. Thank you.
commented 2021-08-24 18:06:35 -0700
Good Evening,


My name is Griffin Ogg (she/her). I am a senior undergraduate at the University of Arizona, and I am currently working on an honors thesis that investigates the issue of transgender people and incarceration. I wanted to reach out to see if the Latino Equality Alliance can help me with my research.


For this thesis, I am investigating the experience of trans individuals. Specifically, I want to reveal how trans individuals are placed into facilities that do not align with their gender, creating unsafe conditions, as well as how this policy might be implemented inconsistently. To do so, I have created a survey that can be emailed out to formerly incarcerated transgender and other gender non-conforming people. With this survey, I hope to expose some of the inhumanity and transphobia in the prison-industrial complex. However, I need this survey to be distributed, and therefore, I am looking for organizations (such as this one) to send it through its newsletters or email. Specifically, I am wondering if the Alliance can spread it through its mailing list, social media, etc. If it can help, I would greatly appreciate it.


I do not intend to merely report the data I collect. I hope to do advocacy work with it as well, as it is very important.


Thank you for your time,

Griffin Ogg
commented 2021-08-23 09:41:09 -0700
Hello,

We are a school in the HP community and would like know if you conduct any on site presentations for LGBTQIA students?
commented 2021-08-19 11:41:45 -0700
My name is Emma and I’m reaching out from the Center for Transyouth Health and Development at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles to share information about a research study we are conducting. The study is called the Gender Journey Project and it’s a study about the experiences of prepubescent transgender, non-binary, and gender-diverse youth, and I’m looking for organizations and groups that work with these children or their parents and caregivers. The study is funded by the NIH and is trying to better understand the effects of supporting children through social transition. We’re enrolling children who are at least 6 years old and haven’t yet started puberty, along with their parent or caregiver.


Please feel free to get in contact with me for more information about the study or to refer potential participants. Anyone who’s interested in participating can call, text, or email me to ask questions about the study and find out more about participation. My number is (323) 505-2840 and my email is [email protected]


The study website: https://www.chla.org/research/chla-clinical-research-studies?id=CHLA-19-00038
commented 2021-07-16 11:36:04 -0700
Good afternoon,

I am reaching out in hopes of sharing information regarding our project at The Audrey Irmas Project for Women and Girls’ Rights which is part of Public Counsel. We provide free legal services for low income women and persons who identify as women and non-binary persons facing issues in the workplace such as pregnancy and lactation accommodations, gender discriminations, disability discrimination, maternity leave, sexual harassment, as well as rights of students in higher education facing issues like Title IV, gender discrimination at school, campus sexual assault etc. We are reaching out to Los Angeles based organizations in hopes of reaching community members that may benefit from our resources. Please feel free to keep us in mind as a referral source for anyone who may be in need of free legal assistance.


Additionally, we have a weekley hotline where folks can schedule a call for free legal advice on these topics. I’ve linked our webpage to schedule a time for our legal hotline as reference. Please feel free to contact us for any further questions you may have.


Ways to reach us:

Filling out our Online form: https://form.jotform.com/210415730618146

Or by leaving a message on our intake line 213 385-2977, EXT. 410
commented 2021-06-24 09:32:32 -0700
The George Mason University Department of Modern and Classical Languages is searching for speakers of Spanish to participate in a research study about gender-inclusive language in Spanish.


If you speak Spanish well and live in the United States, you are invited to take a brief 10–12-minute survey with the possibility of a follow-up virtual interview at a later time that will last approximately 30 minutes.


If you have any questions related to this study, please contact Emily Scheinberg at [email protected]


Click this link to take the survey in English: https://gmuchss.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0uCGwnpVOGPbYqO


Click this link to take the survey in Spanish: https://gmuchss.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0IXzYPCYsEvxfVk


IRBNet #1751847-1




El Departamento de Lenguas Modernas y Clásicas de la Universidad de George Mason está buscando a personas que hablen español para participar en un estudio de investigación sobre el lenguaje inclusivo de género en español.


Si usted habla español y vive en Estados Unidos, se le invita a completar una encuesta breve de 10-12 minutos con la posibilidad de una entrevista virtual de seguimiento más tarde que durará aproximadamente 30 minutos.


Si usted tiene alguna pregunta relacionada con este estudio, favor de ponerse en contacto con Emily Scheinberg a [email protected]


Haga clic en este enlace para tomar la encuesta en inglés: https://gmuchss.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0uCGwnpVOGPbYqO


Haga clic en este enlace para tomar la encuesta en español: https://gmuchss.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0IXzYPCYsEvxfVk


IRBNet #1751847-1
commented 2021-06-12 14:55:01 -0700
commented 2021-06-01 16:14:12 -0700
I’d like to receive email updates from this organization.
commented 2021-05-20 19:28:54 -0700
would LEA please endorse and promote a 2021 Unity/Solidarity march at the end of June in L.A.(Silverlake area)?

Since not physical Pride march will be organized by CSW this year, and because so much racist violence is still escalating against our diverse communities, please help us build a united solidarity march from the historic Black Cat in Silverlake up Sunset Blvd to Barnsdall Park with these united demands:

- “end anti-Asian violence”

- “Black Lives Matter”

- “End Deportations” & “Full Rights for all Immigrants & lgbtq people”.

This location on Sunset Blvd, is also site of the LARGEST lgbtq march in L.A. history (Nov. 8 2008) when, united, we took over the streets to end the anti-lgbtq “Prop 8” and demand our equality.

This Pride month we demand more: Unite our communities, AAPI, Latinx, Black & lgbtq now!

No pressure, but we would VERY MUCH appreciate your participation and collaboration. Thank you.
commented 2021-05-20 11:32:59 -0700
Greetings, Hope this email finds you well. My name is Veronica Cordido, I am a translator, a medical interpreter and an English as a Second Language Instructor and I partner with LGBTQ+ Foundations and Organizations in order to bring top-notch, online English as a Second Language classes to the LGBTQ+ Immigrant Community. Why offer online ESL classes for the LGBTQ+ Immigrant Community exclusively? Many LGBTQ+ Immigrants residing in the USA have faced persecution and hostility in their own countries for being who they are. Some of them have been granted political asylum, but once here, they find it hard to adapt, connect and make friends due to the LEP or lack of English proficiency. That same lack of English proficiency makes it hard for them to navigate the healthcare and the legal systems, putting them in great disadvantage. In addition, a lack of social connections and social isolation in a foreign country makes them prone to anxiety, depression and other mental, emotional and physical ailments.  An online ESL Classroom for LGBTQ+ Immigrants offers: A safe place where they can learn English while being themselves. A place where they can use their names, pronouns and go through their changes comfortably and at ease, without fears of rejection.A place where bullying and discrimination is simply not allowed and where they can create friendships and bonds with people alike and therefore get a sense of belonging and acceptance.A place where they will gain confidence, improve their self-esteem and learn a new skill that will change their lives for the better, forging them a good future in their new country. Save LGBTQ+ Immigrants from facing poverty levels by not having the language skills required to get better jobs. Also, save them from being marginalized or put in danger, physically and legally for not being able to communicate. LEP has cost some people their lives in healthcare settings when communication goes wrong. In English, the word “intoxicated” means being under the influence of drugs or alcohol, while in Spanish, being “Intoxicado” means to have food poisoning. An almost identical word conveys two completely different meanings and treatments. This mistake cost someone his life and it is now a widely used example of lack of proficiency in the healthcare industry. The Program we use: Cambridge Interchange 5th Edition, Presentation Plus. We offer the Cambridge Interchange 5th Edition, the latest, best and most expensive online ESL program in the market and we offer it for free, we only charge for the tutoring hours. In addition, we use Cambridge’s top notch technology, Presentation Plus, an online platform with interactive activities, audios, videos, games, reading passages, grammar points and much more. It follows the conversational approach, so we engage students into talking from day 1.  Ask us for a sample class!Also, we have incorporated Google Classroom, so that students can access all class materials and lessons at no cost, 24/7…A student missed a class? No problem, they can log in to Google Classroom and get up to date anytime and anywhere. They can also ask questions and interact with the teacher and other students outside of the classroom. What does the program consist of?The program has 4 Basic Levels (A1, A2, B1, B2) & 2 Advanced Levels (C1 & C2)Each level lasts 4 months if it meets twice a week for 2 hours each time.It is offered through Presentation Plus: an Online Cambridge Platform.Google Classroom has been incorporated for students to have access to all given in class.It’s offered to students for free, being a very costly and prestigious program in the private industry. All students are evaluated and given feedback.    Presentation Plus: Online Cambridge Platform  Program cost: Part of the service I provide this community is to offer top-notch, high quality classes with the latest program and a highly technological platform for free, all I charge for are my hours of tutoring which is $60/Hour and I can host up to 15 (top 20) students per class. The ideal amount of time to finish a level in 4 months is to meet for 4 hours a week, however, I can customize the plans by sacrificing the length of the program if a limited budget requires it. Please check out my PDF presentation along with my reputation on Google Reviews, my students have advanced incredibly and I can help yours achieve that too. https://g.page/VC-Languages?gm. I currently work with the Gay and Lesbian Community Center in Manhattan and Translatinx Network, also in NYC  Please call us to schedule a sample class or join us in our effort to educate LGBTQ+ Immigrants and gift them a skill that will help them thrive in life. Check out our proposal here attached for more information and to access our class introductory videos. Looking forward to hearing from you soon. Sincerely,Veronica CordidoVC-Languages+1 (347)[email protected]  
commented 2021-05-12 19:05:49 -0700
commented 2021-03-23 10:17:32 -0700
Hello. We are a small group of people in Los Angeles who are building a queer mindful community. If you are interested in learning more you can read about our vision and values here: https://queermindfulcommunity.carrd.co/ and can contact us at [email protected] I’d be happy to speak with you and tell you more about us. Nicky
commented 2021-03-22 10:39:28 -0700
Good Afternoon,

My name is Anthony Perez, I am in the process of an ongoing discrimination case against a major company and while trying to fight for justice I was once again discriminated against by the Courts. Now for the details about this case I’d prefer to speak about over the phone or in person. As someone who’s apart of the Latino and LGBT community I feel that it’s time for me to start speaking up about this and I think now it’s time for me to come toward about everything that’s been going on. Starting with my first amendment being taken away from me. I currently have Legal Aid Attorney’s representing me and I am looking for other LGBT organization or supporters who are willing to join me in the fight against discrimination so that this doesn’t continue to happen. If you can help, please feel free to contact me. I look forward to hear back from you.


Yours truly,

Anthony Perez

Email:[email protected]

PH: (347)825-6737
commented 2021-03-21 17:03:43 -0700
commented 2021-03-17 06:33:13 -0700
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commented 2021-03-17 06:30:22 -0700
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commented 2021-03-11 10:29:58 -0800
My name is David Lopez, Outreach Specialist, for a new organization that has been established to promote diversity within our agency and educate youths about scholarship opportunities. We understand the element of diversity and want to vastly incorporate this in our mission, but the only way to accomplish this is by informing the youths about us. I would welcome an opportunity to share our program with your members. We have already begun workshops with local Latino organizations to achieve a more well rounded agency. I look forward to your response and I thank you, in advance, for your attention to my correspondence.
commented 2021-03-07 19:23:05 -0800
commented 2021-02-23 17:58:27 -0800
I’m a black man that lives in the westlake area for nearly three years who’s was an immigrant from Belize but was deported when I was a child leaving my mother to struggling to raise me alone now I’m 54 yrs old living in the westlake area being treated horribly by latinos I noticed about six months ago that I was being followed and was confirmed my a motorists as I waited for the bus on wilshire blvd going to my doctor’s appointment when he blew his horn telling me I watching you I immediately called my girlfriend telling her what had just happened I can’t even Walk to the corner store this wrong I don’t bother no one I don’t sell drugs nor use them why is this community doing this towards Blacks I Walk in life as a motivational life impowerment speaker lifting broken spirits I’m also an activist for Prison reform for black and brown people of color I even have family that’s brown skin as well I love and respect all people this is so wrong to treat people this way while we all is fighting for equal right my grandfather died at the age of 94 years of age I remember sitting on porch in Arizona and he telling me all the bad things being black he had to endure now it’s 2021 and a people is treating me like this it’s right out wrong and hurtful .
commented 2021-02-22 08:58:49 -0800
Hola, mira es que me encuentro en colombia, medellín, por mi condición de ser gay desde el año 2017 he tenido problemas con unas bandas que me piden dinero por ser gay, tengo que pagar vacuna para que no me hagan daño, como no volví a darles dinero me han pegado, me han humillado y como los denuncie y la misma policía les dijo que una persona gay los había denunciado, ellos me están buscando para hacerme daño, quizás matarme porque los denuncie y no les volví a pagar la vacuna, tengo las denuncias pero aca en colombia no ha sido posible vivir tranquilo, perdí mi empleo, mantengo escondido, quiero salir rapido de colombia pero por la pandemia en europa no creo que me dejen salir para ir y solicitar el asilo.

Agradeceria cualquier informacion que ustedes me puedan dar o guiar, por favor ayudeme, se los suplico.
commented 2021-02-21 11:38:43 -0800
Hello,

My name is Jude and I’m a Casting Associate at Tiffany Company Casting (www.tiffanycompanycasting.com), a Los Angeles-based commercial casting office. I’m reaching out because we’re casting a PAID nationwide commercial for a Frozen Ice Pop Brand. We thought you might know teens that might be a great fit for this project!

This ad campaign will spotlight real, diverse teens, 13 – 17 yrs old, who love creating their own videos for TikTok, YouTube, Snapchat and/or other social media platforms. This commercial is highlighting teens, and all their passions and truths. Because we are seeking teens under 18, we would like to be in contact with parents and guardians to see if their teen would be interested in this fun opportunity?

Also, please share this email & flyer with anyone you think might be great for this as we are casting more than one child for this project.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: This Tuesday February 23, 2020 by 6:00 PM PST/9:00PM EST

YOU CAN APPLY AT THIS LINK: https://frozenicepop.castingcrane.com/
commented 2020-12-20 11:22:50 -0800
Hi,


Trust you are doing good. 


I run www.howigotjob.co, a community platform providing career content to students and individuals who are in-between jobs. We share inspiring stories, resources, and mentorship. 


Job aspirants have many questions on How to be successful in the career? How to get the job? We are trying to answer those questions by sharing inspiring stories. I think your story would be inspiring and helpful to many. Can you share your story?


Eager to hear from you.


Best

Samuel
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