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Eugenia León.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 18 PROGRAM # 8223 12:00 PM PST. Eugenia León. Mexican singer Eugenia León, known for her years as a leading exponent of Latin American folk music and the new song movement, visited San Francisco for a special Day of the Dead performance with San Francisco’s Symphony Orchestra. In this conversation, she talks about […]

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New Studies of Racism Released in the U.S. and Mexico

This year, research on racism and discrimination carried out in both the United States and Mexico have caused a stir. A U.S. survey many by finding that people of all races reported having suffered racial discrimination.

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Eating with Gratitude: Jacka Mobile. Also, Eating with Gratitude: Woke Foods.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23 PROGRAM # 8206 12:00 PM PT Eating with Gratitude: Jacka Mobile. An entrepreneurial Mexican family who owns a taco truck is creating a new menu and new food market using as their main ingredient a little-known fruit from India called jacka. They cook jacka with traditional Mexican seasonings, and, with tasty offerings […]

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Veteran Leader Tells His Story as Defender of the Colorado River

Decades before the current fight in Standing Rock to protect the waters of the Missouri River from oil contamination, there was the less known battle of the Chemehuevi Tribe to protect the Colorado River from toxic waste. At the center of that epic battle was veteran local activist Alfredo Figueroa.

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Mega-Mural for Brotherhood Painted on Border Wall

For the last year, the Mexican artist Enrique Chiú has been painting a mural using the border wall that separates Tijuana from San Diego as a canvass.

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Very Few Latino Professors. Also, Latino Students Facing Barriers. Also, Sounds of East San José.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20 PROGRAM # 8203 12:00 PM PST. Very Few Latino Professors. Latino students are enrolling in growing numbers. Yet, Latino faculty makes up only four percent of faculty in the nation. In California’s San Joaquin Valley, this gap is even worse. Where are the Latino professors? What’s the impact of this shortage on […]

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Celebrate the Sounds of California in East San José on Saturday, Nov. 25

“San José’s Eastside in general has historically been a hub for political activism, which went hand in hand with artistic creativity that gave birth to outstanding artists and art groups such as Rudy Madrid, Flor del Pueblo, and the world renowned Los Tigres del Norte.

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(Español) Dar gracias por la resistencia de los inmigrantes

(Español) Doy gracias porque cada golpe de Trump se ha topado con una comunidad inmigrante que no se rinde y que resiste los embates en su contra con valentía; y doy gracias por un movimiento pro inmigrante que sigue dando la pelea por una solución justa para los inmigrantes.

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The Latest: Alejandro Sanz dedicates award to 'dreamers'
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(Español) Latin Grammy: Lo mejor de la música en español se inclina por los Dreamers

(Español) Tras criticar las políticas antinmigrantes del actual gobierno, Alejandro Sanz dijo: “Ellos viven en este país desde hace muchos años y aun así están todavía en una situación ‘ilegal’. Son los Dreamers, y esos niños son nuestros niños, de nuestra comunidad”.

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(Español) Funeral de Rufino Domínguez, luchador social de migrantes indígenas oaxacalifornianos

(Español) Tuvo una vida de activista desde los 16 años de edad, cuando organiza en su comunidad un movimiento de resistencia contra caciques locales en 1983, luego en el Valle de San Quintín, Baja California, donde organiza también a sus paisanos hasta pasar al otro lado, donde las cosas no fueron más fáciles.

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