During this edition of Comunidad Alerta, find information about the programs and services offered by the Employment Development Department of California. (EDD) Guests: Rigo Villegas, Johanna Wojciak, & Wendy Lomeli, from the Employment Development Department of California.
In May, a law will go into effect that extends state health insurance Medi-Cal to a quarter million undocumented minors. From Los Angeles, Araceli Martinez reports on how parents are preparing to receive this huge benefit for their children.
Building Healthy Communities and the City of Salinas are dialoging to move Governing for Racial Equity in Salinas. Since 2010 BHC has brought experts on structural racism and healing-informed practices to build the capacity of services providers, organizations and government to end the racial disparities in Salinas. Guests: Andrea Manzo, HUB Manager and Jesus Valenzuela, […]
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced stronger Farmworker Protection Standards for People Applying the Pesticides with the Greatest Risk/ improved training and minimum age requirements for certified applicators will help protect people and the environment. Lideres Campesinas, an organization in California presented their “Morralitos” Campaign to create conscience about the dangers of Pesticides. Guests: Paola […]
The Regional Labor Mobility Initiative (INILAB) launches regional campaign against abuses in recruiting migrant workers. Guests: Mayela Blanco, Coordinator with Incidencia Política en México Global Workers Justice Alliance. Irma Murrieta, Responsible of the Pastoral de Movilidad Humana Arquidiocesis de Morelia, Michoacán. Vinicio Sandobal, Executive Director with Grupo de Monitoreo Independiente en El Salvador (GMIES)
The Department of Labor (DOL) rushed to makean official announcement of new regulations that will permit hundreds of sheepherders with H2A visas to receive a salary increase after Nov. 16, 2015, dateon which the new rules take effect. (Photo by Shaun Stanley / Durango Herald)
An alliance of government agencies, consulates and non-profit organizations dedicated to empowering the Hispanic community, especially recent immigrants, through education, services and protection of workplace rights and responsibilities. Workers can call the toll free number 1 877-552-9832
Elizabeth Mazno, Associate Cal/OSHA Engineer provides information about the California Heat Illness Prevention Standards. Water. Rest. Shade.
Health effects of secondhand smoke and laws that protect tenants that live in apartment blocks.