Latino

Panelists included Reno law enforcement, Councilman Oscar Delgado and the Northern Nevada International Center's Carina Black.
Natalie Van Hoozer

A Reno church held a forum this week in partnership with local law enforcement and community organizations to cover topics for immigrants and refugees. KUNR reporter Natalie Van Hoozer has the story. 

All the seats in Ministerio Palabra de Vida were full, with more than 100 community members. For Pastor Cesar Minera, the location for the forum played a big role in the attendance.

Mayra and Alberto Villa selling Buñuelos and ribbon fries at Fiesta on Wells.
Natalie Van Hoozer

Fiesta on Wells is an annual street fair celebrating Latino culture in Reno. KUNR reporter Natalie Van Hoozer stopped by to learn more. 

Wells Avenue is known for its Latino restaurants and businesses. For this event, the street is lined with booths for nonprofit organizations and vendors.

Their tables are piled high with leatherwork, brightly painted crafts, and food.

Local Folklórico instructor Sarah Perez doesn’t have an age limit, she teaches children as young as three years old to adults.
Reena Gupta

Artown has been operating for over two decades, but this is the first year it is offering Spanish programming. KUNR reporter Stephanie Serrano explores that content and some of the challenges the festival and local artists face reaching out to the Latino community. Serrano is with Noticiero Movil, a Spanish-English multimedia news outlet for Northern Nevada and part of the Reynolds School of Journalism. 

Vanessa Vancour / Noticiero Móvil

La galería Sierra Arts, ubicada en el centro de Reno, tuvo una exposición con un enfocó en los trabajos artisticos creados por Tatuadores Latinos locales. Nuestra contribuyente estudiantil Stephanie Serrano visitó la exposición. Stephanie Serrano trabaja con Noticiero Móvil, una plataforma multimedia de noticias que provee informacion en español e inglés en el norte de Nevada.

With a steadily growing population  on campus, some 600 Latino students will graduate this month from the University of Nevada, Reno. About 525 will receive undergraduate degrees, nearly 80 will earn masters' degrees, while a number of others will receive their Ph.D's and medical doctoral degrees.

And Friday evening, May 6, at 5:30, the Joe Crowley Student Union will be filled with students, friends, faculty and family for the 2016 Latino Graduate Celebration.

UNR Spanish Classes Target Working Professionals

Feb 23, 2016

Three free Spanish classes for people interested in law enforcement, health care and mining will soon be offered by the Latino Research Center at University of Nevada, Reno this spring. Reporter Rocio Hernandez reports.

With Northern Nevada's growing Hispanic population, foreign language instructor Ludmila Tugues sees the need to help close language barriers that doctors, police officers, lawyers and miners face at work.

Latino Research Center at the University of Nevada, Reno

The University of Nevada, Reno’s Latino Research Center is collecting stories from Latinas about gender violence for a national anthology.

Reno Public Radio’s Alexa Ard reports that the project is shedding light on undocumented women facing abuse. 

Campaigns Step Up Latino Outreach In Nevada

Oct 20, 2015
Julia Ritchey

  Both GOP and Democratic presidential candidates are expanding their Latino outreach efforts in Nevada — a crucial demographic for winning the state's caucus in February. Reno Public Radio's Julia Ritchey reports.

Twenty-three-year-old Benjamin Challinor is training a volunteer on how to make phone calls for the Hillary Clinton campaign at their Reno office.

"La Gente: Latino Theater At RLT"

Oct 9, 2015

Reno Little Theater has a free Latin American cultural festival set for tomorrow with food, live music, theater, art and storytelling.  It’s an open house to kick off “La Gente: Latino Theater at RLT.”