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“El Linchamiento Gráfico de Francisco I. Madero.” Mexican political cartoonist and writer Rafael Barajas Durán, better known as “El Fisgón”, released a new book looking into the number of hard-hitting cartoons against President Madero. Photo: comunicacion.senado.gob.mx
Tuesday January 28<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Tuesday January 2812:00 PM (PacificTime)

Immigration Edition. Less than a week from the first presidential primary voting of the election season, where do leading candidates stand on critical immigration issues? Photo: npr.org
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Corridos de Río Arriba. corridistas in the Rio Grande del Norte region have for centuries brought the news about violent events and natural disasters, extolled the exploits of local heroes and the virtues of the homeland, and advocated for the downtrodden. Photo: santafebandstand.org
Thursday   January 30<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Impeachment, Primaries, Education. From Washington, a reporter fills us in on the news about Trump impeachment’s process and the advance of the USMCA trade deal in the Senate. A political analyst takes a look into how presidential candidates arrive to the first caucuses and primaries of the election season. Photo: witf.org radio.wosu.org Anda Chu/twitter
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Friday January 3112:00 PM (PacificTime)

Mexico Edition. This is a conversation with the new head of Mexico’s National Human Rights Commission. The daughter of Rosario Ibarra, the renowned pioneer of the human rights movement in Mexico, Photo: Azucena Uresti/Facebook
Yolanda Varona explica a los medios sobre su proyecto para ayudar a madres deportadas.

Edición Semanaria (Weekly Magazine)

24 January, 2020

*Deep Divide in Senate Impeachment Trial
*Deported Mothers and Grandmothers Find Comfort and Hope in Activism
*New York Court Grants Two Months to Garcia Luna’s Defense

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El Consejo 307 de la Liga de Ciudadanos Latinoamericanos Unidos inició el voto latino Iowa, la primera campaña de divulgación y educación del caucus en todo el estado para la comunidad latina, y llevará a cabo más capacitaciones en las próximas semanas. Foto: holaamericanews.com.

(Español) Cada vez más latinos participan en los caucus de Iowa

28 January, 2020

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(Español) Cuando la verdad ya no importa con Trump en el poder

27 January, 2020

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Medi-Cal Benefits Eliminated A Decade Ago, Such As Foot Care And Eyeglasses, Are Back

27 January, 2020

A 2017 analysis by UCLA researchers estimated that the use of preventive podiatric services saved Medi-Cal up to $97 million in 2014, attributable to avoided hospital admissions and amputations.

Genaro García Luna y Felipe Calderón Hinojosa. Foto: mexiconewsdaily.com.

New York Court Grants Two Months to Garcia Luna’s Defense

24 January, 2020

In a preliminary hearing this week, Judge Brian Cogan of New York gave a period of just over two months for the defense team of Genaro Garcia Luna – the architect of Mexico’s war on drugs under President Felipe Calderon

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