Joaquin Fernandez-Duque
Contributing Reporter
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Salsa’s Authentic Mexican Restaurant stands out for authenticity and familial warmth

The restaurant in Fair Haven has offered traditional Mexican food to the community for the last 14 years.

Esperanza Law offers legal representation to the immigrant community

Esperanza’s bilingual lawyers provide a much-needed service.

Unidad Latina en Acción organizes local events for International Women’s Day

ULA holds events across New Haven, including on Yale’s campus, in support of individual women in the community, as well as the rights of women worldwide.

Local Latino-run businesses adapt to stay afloat during the pandemic

La Patrona, a food truck, and Baila Con Gusto CT, a dance studio, have evolved throughout almost two years of the pandemic in order to stay in business.

Unidad Latina en Acción sends group to Washington, D.C. to support Build Back Better Act

The New Haven-based organization went to the nation’s capital to continue its fight for immigrant rights.

Native American Cultural Center and Yale Sustainable Food Program host Indigenous Food Pathways event

Participants at the event bonded over shared food and learned about Native food culture and traditional methods for sustainable farming.

Popular club Toad’s Place releases book on its history

Fair Haven Community Health Center hosts celebration and public health forum encouraging COVID-19 vaccinations

On Saturday, the Fair Haven Community Health Center held a community celebration that included a live hand-percussion band, an educational bingo scavenger hunt, a public […]