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We welcome you to the National Compadres Network. We offer you a glimpse into work that is being done around the country based our philosophy of La Cultura Cura or Transformational health and healing. This philosophy continues the teachings of our ancestors who reinforced the importance of sacred values, traditions and interconnected relationships as the foundation of cultural strength. We invite to visit this website often to see the amazing work being done by our staff, local and national partners. We look forward to serving as a resource to support and share the work you do. Bendiciones

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Comadres Newsletter #10 (March 2021)

Comadres Newsletter #10 (March 2021)

Greetings! While I was thinking of Women’s Month, my mind went to this memory.  As a child, I was walking from the pigpen and rabbit cages through a dirt trail barefoot surrounded by ankle-tall green grass and tropical trees, and I could smell the delicious aroma of Puerto Rican cooking begging me to come and […]

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  March 22, 2021   No comments
Standing with our Asian American Relatives

Standing with our Asian American Relatives

To all our friends and relatives, Unfortunately, the current attacks on the Asian-American community are not new, but they are just now being recognized by the broader community.  The attacks on our Asian community, elders, brothers, and sisters MUST STOP! The National Compadres Network (NCN) recognizes that the racial animus that influences these attacks are […]

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  March 18, 2021   No comments
Honoring National Women’s Day

Honoring National Women’s Day

Good Day Familia, Annually as we come to this month of March, we land in a time and place that reminds us to celebrate and recognize women throughout the history of our country.  As time progresses just as our awareness, we acknowledge that the role of women within society’s fabric is much more intrinsic to […]

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  March 15, 2021   No comments
Honoring Black History Month

Honoring Black History Month

Good Morning LCC Network, We wanted to take a moment and acknowledge, uplift, and stand with our African-rooted relatives, neighbors, colleagues, and advocates for social justice and racial healing.  As Baba Kweli Tutashinda reminds us, that although this month is dedicated to Black History month, that we should learn, appreciate and celebrate Black History every day of the year. […]

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  March 15, 2021   No comments