Edición Semanaria Broadcast
*Supreme Court hears case of young Mexican killed by border agent.
*”Day without immigrants” sparked new incidents of racial harassment.
*Bill for universal health insurance in California Legislature.
*Hundreds of people claim the presence of a Republican congressman asking him not to affect their health insurance.
*Tens of thousands take the streets in Wisconsin to be part of a “Day Without Immigrants”.
*Pre-candidate to the Mexican Presidency begins campaign in the United States criticizing Trump.
*Mexican woman was deported in Arizona, amid public outcry and arrests
*Distinguished jurist responds to Gorsuch’s nomination to Supreme Court vacancy
*Latinos are at risk of a devastating crisis in Alzheimer’s disease
*Refugee Ban Sparks National Outrage
*Washington State Kicks off Lawsuits Against Ban
*Most Undocumented Immigrants Deportable Under New Executive Order
*Donald Trump Orders Crackdown on Immigration.
*Senate Questions Nominee’s Commitment to Public Education.
*Women and Immigrants Lead Mega-Marches Against Trump.
(Español) *Trump investido presidente.
*Lanzan nueva campaña por la sanación racial.
*Investigan a agencias policiales más letales del país.
*Trump’s Cabinet Nominees Make Clear Harsher Policies Near
*What Can Latino Universities Expect Under Trump?
*Number of Latino Doctors Shrinkens As Latino Population Grows
*Republicans Take First Steps toward Repealing Obamacare
*How to Report Hate Crimes
*Can Well Drilling Be Stopped in California County Hit by Drought?
*Youth Protest Juvenile Detention Center in Seattle
*Will the New Water Law Relieve Poor Families’ Crisis?
*20 Years After Peace Accords, Mayan Survivors Seek to Heal Wounds