THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23 PROGRAM # 10198 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: California’s Open Enrollment. (Program Repeat). While most uninsured Americans cite cost as the main barrier to health coverage, one program is attempting to reduce out-of-pocket expenses of people in California by offering an unprecedented amount of financial help. With the slogan “Closing the Gap,” […]
“American Shield.” New National Latino Civil Rights Leader. The Inflation Reduction Act and Latino Families.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22 PROGRAM # 10197 12:00 PM PT “American Shield.” Sgt. Aquilino Gonell, who immigrated as a kid from Dominican Republic and eventually joined the US Capitol police, wrote the book “American Shield: The Immigrant Sergeant Who Defended Democracy,” where he tells the story of Jan 6, the day when he faced a violent, […]
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21 PROGRAM # 10196 12:00 PM PT Immigration Edition. The Texas’ legislature has passed an anti-immigration bill championed by Gov. Abbot. The new state legislation, SB4, would make crossing the U.S.-Mexico border into Texas a state crime, would allow county leaders to order migrants returned to the border, and face up to 20 […]
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21 PROGRAM # 10195 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Radio Bilingüe Headlines Community Radio Congress. Leading members of Radio Bilingüe provided the keynote speech at the opening of the Fourth National Congress of Community Radio: Latin American and Caribbean Expressions 2023, a virtual gathering of more than 200 community radio stations hosted by […]
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20 PROGRAM # 10194 12:00 PM PT Run Off Pollution Ravaging River Communities. Advocacy groups in California are suing a state agency charging it has failed to protect rivers and wetlands from ag toxic pollution. They claim the extensive nitrate pollution in the Central Coast region is endangering low income rural and fishing […]
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17 PROGRAM # 10193 12:00 PM PT Mexico Edition. On the eve of the start of the presidential pre-campaigns in Mexico, analysts comment on the news and shed light on the electoral process. In addition, electoral officials clarify the steps that Mexicans living abroad must follow to process their voting credentials at their […]
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20 PROGRAM #10194 12:00 PM PT Run Off Pollution Ravaging River Communities. Advocacy groups in California are suing a state agency charging it has failed to protect rivers and wetlands from ag toxic pollution. They claim the extensive nitrate pollution in the Central Coast region is endangering low income rural and fishing coastal […]
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16 PROGRAM # 10192 12:00 PM PT Puerto Rico: The Great Debate. Supporters of changing Puerto Rico’s political status introduced the Puerto Rico Status Act in the US Senate. The legislation, a compromise between opposing sides in the issue, would let voters choose among statehood, independence and independence with free association with the […]
Extra Edition: First Unemployment Fund for Undocumented Workers. (Program Repeat). Undocumented Coloradans Eager to Enroll in Health Plan. Lung Health for All. Lung Cancer Screenings, a Lifesaver.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16 PROGRAM # 10191 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: First Unemployment Fund for Undocumented Workers. (Program Repeat). The state of Colorado is launching the Benefit Recovery Fund, a pot of money that will provide aid to laid-off undocumented workers in a way similar to the Unemployment Insurance Fund. Colorado is the first state […]
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15 PROGRAM # 10190 12:00 PM PT The Future of Higher Education. A top leader of higher education in Colorado talks about her career, rising in the ranks of higher education as a Latina woman. She also discusses her challenges ahead as she leads Colorado’s community college system, whose student body is one […]