Monday September 26<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Monday September 2612:00 PM (PacificTime)

“Mirar Morir.” Two years after the killing of six people and the disappearance of 43 students in Iguala, Mexico, and as part of a global campaign urging for an investigation that gets to the bottom of the case, independent filmmakers screen the documentary Mirar Morir in the US. Photo: MirarMorir/Faceboo
Tuesday September 27<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Tuesday September 2712:00 PM (PacificTime)

First Presidential Debate.The day after the first presidential debate, campaign representatives join this program to discuss selected highlights of the session, which is expected to be the most watched presidential debate ever. Photo:
Wednesday September 28<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Wednesday September 2812:00 PM (PacificTime)

Rethinking the Farmworker Movement. Pulitzer Prize winning author Miriam Pawel talks about her new book The Crusades of Cesar Chavez. She and playwright Luis Valdez lead a discussion forum in Fresno today as part of a national celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Pulitzer Prize. Photo:
Thursday September 29<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Thursday September 2912:00 PM (PacificTime)

Schools Allowing Guns on Campus. School district officials from high schools in Kern County are allowing non-employees to bring guns to the high school campuses, if they have a permit to carry concealed weapons. Photo:
Friday September 30<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Friday September 3012:00 PM (PacificTime)

Mexico Edition. Martha Elena Ramírez hosts the program Voz Pública from Mexico City. The civic journalist brings news and analysis on Mexican developments. Photo:
Jacobo Hernández anuncia reconocimiento a Violeta Quintero, que está a un lado de su harpa. Foto: Rubén Tapia.

Edición Semanaria (Weekly Magazine)

23 September, 2016

*Courting of the Latino Vote just Beginning
*From Undocumented to Wall Street Executive
*15 Years of Son Jarocho in California

Jaranero Luis Sarmiento de Son del Centro amenizan un zapateado

15 Years of Son Jarocho in California

23 September, 2016

Jaranero groups from all over California met in East L.A. to celebrate son jarocho in a historic event that is now celebrating its 15th year. The Encuentro is part of a movement of artists in favor of making this musical genre from Mexican’s coastal state of Veracruz flourish in California.



Juan Felipe Herrera – Especial – Las Palabras

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