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Boycotting Berries.

MONDAY, AUGUST 10. PROGRAM # 7583 12:00 PM PT Boycotting Berries. Representatives for organized berry laborers from the San Quintin Valley tour the U.S. holding the berry giant Driscoll’s co-responsible for unfair labor conditions in this agro-export enclave in Northern Mexico. They visited the United Nations in New York and today they stop in San […]

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Posted in Economy & Labor, Latinos, Línea Abierta, Mexico, Política |
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Voting Rights Act at 50.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 6. PROGRAM # 7581 12:00 PM PT Voting Rights Act at 50. On the day marking the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, which included landmark protections against voting discrimination on the basis of race or language, we bring a conversation with a pioneering legislator who four decades ago broke ground as […]

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Posted in Youth, Latinos, Línea Abierta, Política, Politics & Elections |
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End Family Detention.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 4. PROGRAM # 7579 12:00 PM PT End Family Detention. Members of the U.S. Congress are calling on Secretary Jeh Johnson to end family detention after a federal court ordered last week the release of migrant families at detention centers. Also, DHS agents are visiting homes of those who have not returned mistakenly […]

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Posted in Immigration, Latinos, Línea Abierta, Política |
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The Bilingual Advantage.

TUESDAY, JULY 28. PROGRAM # 7574 12:00 PM PT The Bilingual Advantage. Is being bilingual good for your job prospects? Contrary to what English Only proponents would say, leading scholars conclude that bilingual speakers enjoy a number of economic benefits in today’s globalized U.S. labor market. An education expert discusses the economics of bilingualism for […]

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Posted in Economy & Labor, Education, Youth, Latinos, Línea Abierta |
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Food as Medicine.

MONDAY, JULY 27. PROGRAM # 7573 12:00 PM PT Food as Medicine. A conversation with a leader in preventive and integrative medicine about common modern diseases that result from obesity, such as diabetes and heart disease, and how to prevent them and treat them by using the food plate as a medicine. Guest: Dr. Jorge […]

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Posted in Latinos, Línea Abierta, Health |
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“Spare Parts.” Also, “McFarland, USA.”

WEDNESDAY, JULY 22. PROGRAM # 7570 12:00 PM PT “Spare Parts.” This drama film tells the real life story of four Mexican students from a Phoenix high school who form a robotics club and compete in a national underwater robotics contest. With a robot made out of used car parts, they go up against MIT, […]

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Posted in Arts & Culture, Immigration, Youth, Latinos, Línea Abierta |
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Orphan and Exile Children.

TUESDAY, JULY 21. PROGRAM # 7569 12:00 PM PT Orphan and Exile Children. Children in mixed-status families live under the constant threat that their parents will suddenly be deported. Under the current immigration system, they often end up living in silence and secrecy, suffering severe psychological traumas from the devastating loss of a parent or […]

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Posted in Immigration, Latinos, Línea Abierta, Política |
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DAPA Hearing in New Orleans.

TUESDAY, JULY 14. PROGRAM # 7564 12:00 PM PT DAPA Hearing in New Orleans. The appeal to lift DAPA injunction was heard on Friday in a court of appeals in New Orleans. Many advocates from around the country rallied in front of the court urging the judges to allow the temporary deportation relief program to […]

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Posted in Education, Immigration, Youth, Latinos, Línea Abierta, Política |
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Concha Buika.

MONDAY, JULY 13. PROGRAM # 7563 12:00 PM PT Concha Buika. A conversation with Grammy-winning singer Concha Buika. Born in Spain of Equatoguinean parents, Buika talks about her music, influenced by jazz, flamenco, soul and other rhythms. She also talks about her book of poems “A los que amaron a mujeres difíciles y terminaron por […]

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Posted in Arts & Culture, Special Edition: Public Education, Latinos, Línea Abierta |
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Migrants Turned Political Prisoners.

THURSDAY, JULY 9. PROGRAM # 7561 12:00 PM PT Migrants Turned Political Prisoners. In separate ways, two former U.S. residents returned to their native Mexico to fight drug cartels and corruption and ended up persecuted and in jail. They are now widely seen as political prisoners. This program revisits the case of Nestora Salgado, who […]

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Posted in Immigration, Latinos, Línea Abierta, Política |

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