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En este sitio queremos llegar a la comunidad hispanoparlante de Augusta, Georgia, y Central Savannah River Area (CSRA), que comprende varios condados de Georgia (Columbia, Burke, McDuffie, Richmond y 9 más) y South Carolina (Allendale, Aiken, Barnwell, Edgefield y McCormick), 18 condados en total.


En Augusta y su área de influencia existen varias entidades ofreciendo servicios a los hispanoparlantes, sin embargo se carece de una organización que pueda centralizar las inquietudes de la población y canalizar los recursos a los necesitados de ayuda. Un grupo de personas está trabajando para ello y se requiere de la asistencia de todos para lograr ese objetivo. 
El grupo está abierto a recibir las sugerencias de ACHA, ALAS, Hispanic Council of the CSRA y cualquier persona que quiera participar de este emprendimiento.
En el pasado hubo un intento de formar un Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of the CSRA (HCC). Es tiempo no solo de hablar del pasado sino actuar en el presente para proyectarse al futuro. 
¿Qué estás esperando? - "En la unión está la fuerza"

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Estos son algunos de los Vídeos compilados en referencia a la comunidad de habla castellana (español) en Augusta, Georgia, y su zona de influencia. En ocasiones, aunque los Vídeos no sean específicos del CSRA, reflejan el sentimiento de la comunidad o tienen relación.



Estos son algunos vídeos de y para la comunidad. Algunos están en inglés.
Some videos are in English.
































Equality Clinic|Clinica Latina en Augusta, Georgia.
















Afro Latino (mulatos) Black American and African American
LATINOS AND BLACKS: What Unites and Divides Us?
Wendy Conklin


The workplace is one of the few places where people of different races, ethnicities, histories and cultures come together to achieve common goals.


As the Latino / Hispanic and Black / African American populations of the United States increase they continue to influence one another. Unique differences divide and unite members of these groups, affecting how they relate and adapt to their circumstances.

To explore these differences as well as the similarities, we initiated an open discussion among four Latinos and Blacks: a woman and a man from each group. Our discussion touched on many subjects, including immigration, nationality, assimilation, language, race, ethnicity, skin color and appearance.

We were quick to identify what divides us and took longer to see what unites us, and some subjects were more sensitive than others.

Our time together was a learning experience. We experienced the need for Blacks and Latinos — as distinct, complex, unique and overlapping groups — to learn more about each other and bridge a gap of ignorance and misunderstanding. It was sometimes difficult to engage in deep conversation on these issues as it requires a great deal of trust and risk.

This is often why many people don't engage in these conversations.

In this article, we capture the discussion that took place during our interviews and explore important issues that may stand in the way of Blacks and Latinos becoming true allies and collaborating with each other as friends, peers and bosses.

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POPULATION BY RACE/ETHNICITY 


Sources

Kaiser Family Foundation estimates based on the Census Bureau's March 2014 Current Population Survey (CPS: Annual Social and Economic Supplement).

Definitions
N/A: Estimates with denominators under 100 or with relative standard errors greater than 30% are not provided.

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Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race; all other racial/ethnic groups are non-Hispanic. "Other" includes Asian-Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders, American Indians, Aleutians, Eskimos and persons of "Two or More Races". These groups have been combined due to their small populations in many states which prevent meaningful statistical analyses of the groups individually.

—> Considering that Hispanic people can be of any race is not proper for voting purpose to imply the existence of a "Hispanic voting block" or group, and even interests and similar issues.

—> Should Hispanic diaspora celebrate "Afro Latino Heritage Month" instead of Black History Month/African American History Month?

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Estos son algunos de los negocios y servicios ofrecidos en Augusta y el CSRA:

Asociación Cultural Hispanoamericana (ACHA)
- Hispanic Festival and Señorita Latina Concurso de Belleza (Octubre)
Asociación Latina de Servicios (ACHA)
- Clínica Latina
Hispanic Council of the CSRA
Casa La Esperanza
- Ayuda a escolares después de clase
Centro de Salud (Encuentre en su área)

St. Joseph Catholic Church
St. Teresa Catholic Church
Ministerio Nueva Vida
Oasis de Bendición
Our Lady of Peace

Edgar Codero - Autos
Elsa Bustamante - Bolsa de trabajo y capacitación
Anibal Ibarra - Intérprete - Interpreter

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Ejemplo:

Anibal Ibarra, intérprete. 404-954-2623, anibalshow@gmail.com. Está afiliado al Medical Interpreter Network of Georgia. Favor llame con tiempo para contratar servicios, al menos dos días antes.









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