Edición Semanaria Broadcast
*Family of Immigrant Who Died in Private Prison in Arizona Wants Answers.
*Sick Workers: Legacy of Long-gone Smelter Company in Texas.
*Gay Couples Celebrate after Historic Victory for the Right to Marry.
*Gun Violence Affects Thousands of Oakland Schoolchildren
*Chilena Tunes From Oaxaca Gain Popularity in California
*Call to Investigate Immigrant’s Death in Arizona
*California Extends Health Insurance to Undocumented Minors
*Texas Denies Birth Certificates to Citizen Children of Undocumented Parents
*After 22 Years in the Position, Sheriff Arpaio Could Be Indicted
*Legendary Accordion Master Flaco Jiménez on His First Time Playing
*Why More People Are Visiting the Dentist in California
California’s Attorney General Holds Community Meetings About DAPA and DACA; Nine-Year-Old Girl, Paralyzed by Bullet, Struggles to Continue Her Education
*Obama’s Deferred Action Programs Still Blocked
*Purépecha Embroidery Workshops Motivate Civic Participation in Coachella Valley
*Thousands Take to Streets to Call for a Stop to Blocking DAPA
*Advocates Call for California to use Surplus to Combat Poverty
*New Rules Could Offer More Protections for Guest Workers
*Immigrant Youth in Arizona Clear Obstacle to Go to College
*Maestro of Latin American Song Remembered
*Bill in California Would Protect Health of Tens of Thousands of Mothers
*Captain of Danza Azteca Prepares New Generations to Follow the Tradition