Monday May 30<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Monday May 3012:00 PM (PacificTime)

Mexican-American Veteran and Holocaust Survivor. Interview with a World War II veteran who is also a survivor of a German slave labor camp, the first Mexican-American registered as a survivor of the Holocaust. Photo: ushmm.org
Tuesday May 31<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Tuesday May 3112:00 PM (PacificTime)

Immigration Edition. Controversial Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his top deputies were found in civil contempt by a federal judge for violating court orders to stop racial profiling against Latinos. Photo: commondreams.org
Wednesday June 1<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Wednesday June 112:00 PM (PacificTime)

Primaries: The Fight for the Latino Vote. With their race in a dead heat, Democratic presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders hold intense rallies throughout California, targeting the highly divided Latino vote. Photo: blog.nclr.org
Thursday June 2<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Thursday June 212:00 PM (PacificTime)

Poetry, Journalism and Insurgency in Mexico. Mexican poet and journalist Hermann Bellinghausen is in San Francisco to talk about his poetry works. In this conversation, he also discusses critical issues facing Mexico. Photo: cgtchiapas.org
Friday June 3<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Friday June 312:00 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: katiebordner/Flickr
Amanda Escobar Romero y Lilian Peña presentan testimonio ante miembros de CLUE. Foto: Rubén Tapia.

Edición Semanaria (Weekly Magazine)

27 May, 2016

*California’s Primary Could Make a Difference
*Deported to His Death
*New Multilingual Education Initiative on the California Ballot

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Lilian Peña, consolada por sus hijos en Los Ángeles. Foto: Rubén Tapia.

Deported to His Death

27 May, 2016

A Central-American family is mourning in Los Angeles after finding out that their young son was killed in his native Honduras. But in addition to the family grief, there is indignation in the community because according to advocates, his death could have been avoided. The young Honduran man had sought refuge in the United States, fleeing threats from gangs, but immigration authorities underestimated the predicament and deported him earlier this year.

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California’s Primary Could Make a Difference

27 May, 2016

The primary election season is about to end, and the next round will be June 7th in several states, including the big prize: California. In the Democrats’ race, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders come to California at a technical tie, with a debate so heated that leaders see it hard to save future unity of the party.

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Juan Felipe Herrera – Especial – Las Palabras

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