Arts & Culture

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Extra Edition: La Raza Unida: Fifty Years.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 PROGRAM # 9753 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: La Raza Unida: Fifty Years. On the 50th anniversary of La Raza Unida Party, veterans of the Chicano movement gathered in San Antonio, TX, to reflect on the early days of the push to fight discrimination, to use the vote as a voice, and […]

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Extra Edition: La Raza Unida: Fifty Years.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 PROGRAM # 9746 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: La Raza Unida: Fifty Years. On the first day of the reunion in San Antonio, TX, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of La Raza Unida Party, veterans of the Chicano movement talk about the impact LRUP had on Mexican-American communities in the Southwest and […]

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La Raza Unida: Fifty Years.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 PROGRAM # 9747 12:00 PM PT La Raza Unida: Fifty Years. Hundreds of political leaders and civil rights activists are expected to convene today in San Antonio, TX, for a three-day reunion to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of La Raza Unida Party. The first national convention of the party […]

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The Fight for a Historic Land Grant in Colorado,

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 PROGRAM # 9735 12:00 PM PT The Fight for a Historic Land Grant in Colorado. A number of families who have lived for centuries in the state of Colorado have been waging a decades-long battle for the right to free access to the highlands in the Sangre de Cristo mountains where their […]

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Extra Edition: Los Cenzontles Productions.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 16 PROGRAM # 9715 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Los Cenzontles Productions. Eugene Rodríguez, leader of the San Pablo-based cultural arts group Los Cenzontles talks about two recent film productions. “Caminos del Son: Los Cenzontles in Veracruz, 2004,” a musical travelogue of Veracruz featuring performances by iconic jaraneros like Grupo Mono Blanco and […]

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Extra Edition: Telmary from Cuba.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 9 PROGRAM # 9708 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Telmary from Cuba. A conversation with Telmary from Cuba about her most recent production, “Maradentro,” an album celebrating her 20 years in music with a collection of songs featuring diverse sounds like Brazilian samba and funke, bolero, conga, and timba. Telmary dedicates her new […]

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Extra Edition: Covid Vaccines for the Youngest Kids. Also, “Cruzando Líneas.”

THURSDAY, JULY 28 PROGRAM # 9697 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Covid Vaccines for the Youngest Kids. The national public health agency of the US is recommending children as young as 6 months to get a Covid-19 vaccine, calling it the single most important tool to protect children against severe attacks of Covid. A leading […]

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Extra Edition: Quetzal Band.

THURSDAY, MAY 12 PROGRAM # 9620 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Quetzal Band. The Grammy Award winning band Quetzal is bringing musical performances and educational workshops to San Francisco. Known for their decades-long commitment to Son jarocho, the traditional music from Veracruz, Quetzal also celebrates rhythms popular in the barrios of East LA, including Chicano […]

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Extra Edition: Cinco de Mayo (Program Repeat.)

THURSDAY, MAY 5 PROGRAM # 9613 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Cinco de Mayo (Program Repeat.) This is a conversation with Rosa Guerrero, the founder of the International Folklorico Dance Group and organizer of a number of Cinco de Mayo parades in El Paso, Texas. Guerrero was inducted into the Texas Women’s Hall of Fame. […]

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The Legacy of La Malinche.

THURSDAY, MAY 5 PROGRAM # 9614 12:00 PM PT The Legacy of La Malinche. La Malinche, a Nahua woman best known for serving as interpreter and advisor for Hernán Cortés, the Spanish conqueror of the Aztec Empire, is synonymous in Mexico with treason and deceit. But Malinche was a woman who despite surviving a life […]

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