Edición Semanaria Broadcast
*Bill Against Wage Theft Advances in California
*Farmworkers in Washington seek better working conditions
*Historic Chicano Music Group Celebrates More than 40 Years of Protest Song in San Diego’s Chicano Park
Former Guest Workers Welcome Proposed Protections and Baila’ora Celebrates Flamenco with California Festival.
*Abuse Reported Against Transgender Immigrants in Detention
*Los Angeles Parents Form a Traditional Rondalla Group for their Children
*Goodbye, Eduardo Galeano
*Parents and Friends of Missing Students in Mexico Seek Support in U.S.
*Latino and African-American Youth Use Theater to Call for Change
*Officials Promise to Fight Wage Theft
*Acclaimed Chicano Artist Continues to Teach Silkscreening
*Parents of Missing Students Meet with Others in L.A.
*Tomato Workers Seek to Expand Labor Protections
*Widespread Abuse of Guest Workers
*Pastor Detained in Iowa
*Parents of Missing Students in Mexico Travel to U.S.
*Celebrated Trumpet Player Takes his Jazz to Mexico and Latin America
*Families Affected by California Drought Receive Water Tanks
*Reproductive Health Crisis for Latina Women in Texas
*Ciudad Juárez Mother Calls for Justice in Los Angeles
*Fast Internet Declared a Public Service
*Are Health Insurance Subsidies Legal?
*Migrants Relearn Indigenous Languages Through Poetry