It’s no secret that we humans have suffered immensely with the COVID-19 pandemic. There is no need to enumerate the countless slings and arrows—the deaths, fears, anger, anxiety, and stress. We have all agonized over the invisible global threat to our lives and the ensuing separation from society through lock downs and face coverings.
Ser Mujer is a San Miguel de Allende organization of Mexican, American, and Canadian women aged 28 to 82. For the last six years, Ser Mujer has promoted women’s issues during Women’s History Month with a program of events, talks, and films.
It is time to get registered to vote or request your ballot to be delivered to your inbox via email. Democrats Abroad San Miguel de Allende is ready to help you accomplish this via Zoom. U.S. federal law guarantees the right of citizens living outside the U.S. to vote in federal elections (President, U.S. Senate, and U.S. House of Representatives).
Irish poet William Butler Yeats wrote that “the voyage of discovery lies not in seeking new vistas but in having new eyes.” In this Sunday’s online service, UUFSMA Affiliate Minister Rev. Tom Rosiello pulls on that thread of wisdom to remind us that these days may not be the time to venture to discover new vistas, yet this is a time to have new eyes.
On June 2, 2020, through a Facebook broadcast, the Parish of San Antonio de Padua. the representatives of the Locos People’s Parade, and the Director of Culture and Traditions announced the measures they took in response to the emergency by COVID 19.