Latino Heritage hosts a number of community events in collaboration with other organizations. Visit for more information.


Armory Center for the Arts – Every Third Friday Films (summer)

  • Featuring diverse Latino experiences, followed by panel discussion

KPCC/Crawford Family Forum, in partnership with NAACP, YWCA, and ACLU – When Worlds Collide

  • Documentary screening followed by conversation with Rubén Martínez  & Adolfo Guzmán López

Pasadena Museum of History, Pasadena City College

  • Pasadena Digital History Collaboration

Pasadena City College – ongoing interaction

  • Historical information re: Latino/Mexican American community in Chihuahuita

Pasadena Educational Foundation – Grant

  • Graduate students teaching Puente students at Marshall High School
  • “Research methodology, oral interview techniques” was presented at National Association of Chicano and Chicana Studies Conference

Pasadena Library  – Exhibits, Panels

  • Literacy, Legacy, and the Latino Community with six Pasadena Latino authors and Adolfo Guzmán López
  • Mexican American Baseball in Los Angeles – a discussion and book signing
  • Latinas @ Work and Play – Pasadena Stories

Pasadena Senior Center – Third Friday Matinees, Exhibit

  • Introduction to Friday Matinee films
  • On-going historical images from Latino Heritage Photo Collection

Pasadena Unified School District – Cesar E. Chavez Art & Essay contest

  • Working with the LADD office to prepare packet, coordinating judging

And of course the Latino Heritage parade & jamaica with various collaborators and partners
images – City of Pasadena, Crawford Family Forum, and Marshall High School

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