Edición Semanaria Broadcast
*Voter Watch to Suppress the Vote.
*Immigrant Mothers Fasting for their Release.
*Drought Gets Neighbors in Movement for Running Water.
*Could Arizona’s Latino Voters Decide the Election?
*More Republicans Desert the Trump Campaign
*Heated Debate over Tobacco Tax in California
*Funds Needed to Fight Zika Virus
*OaxaCalifornians Make Their Grandparents’ Celebration Their Own
*Mobilizing the Millennial Vote
*Latinos More Segregated than Ever
*Yaquis Fight for their River
*Hillary Clinton Makes History
*Prospects for Latinos
*Rhythms and Voices of a New California
*Internal Divisions and Protest Mark Republican Convention
*Cruz Causes Uproar
*In L.A., Latinos and African-Americans Unite Over Police Violence
*Nation’s Poet Sings to Victims of Violence in Baton Rouge, St. Louis and Dallas
*Children Play on Capitol Hill to Stop Climate Change
*Mexico’s Teachers’ Movement Gains Support from Indigenous Authorities
*Obama Signs Controversial Puerto Rico Debt Relief Bill
*Civil Rights Claim Against Medi-Cal
*Quetzal: New Sound of California
*Detention Centers Cause Invisible Wounds to Central American children.
*California’s Undocumented Children are Gradually Enrolling in Health Insurance.
*Pioneer Chicano Singer Releases New Album.