DAPA, DACA Plus Blocked: Next Steps.

MONDAY, JUNE 27. PROGRAM # 7813 12:00 PM PT DAPA, DACA Plus Blocked: Next Steps. The US Supreme Court didn’t rule on DAPA and DACA + and these programs will continue being blocked for now. What are the ramifications for millions of families and workers? What is the impact on states that provide public health […]

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Los inmigrantes prometen continuar con la lucha después del empate judicial. Foto: José López Zamorano

Supreme Court Upholds Affirmative Action, Blocks DAPA/DACA

The highest court in the nation dumped a bucket of cold water and the hopes of nearly 5 million undocumented immigrants.

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Supreme Court Blocks DAPA and DACA Plus.

THURSDAY, JUNE 23. PROGRAM # 7811 12:00 PM PT Supreme Court Blocks DAPA and DACA Plus. Dealing a serious blow against millions of immigrant families, the US Supreme Court split and reached no decision on the case US v. Texas, leaving in place a ruling blocking the deferred deportation programs known as DAPA and DACA […]

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Deported to Death.

TUESDAY, JUNE 21. PROGRAM # 7809 12:00 PM PT Deported to Death. A young migrant who had fled his native Honduras to escape death threats was deported early this year and was recently murdered by marauding gangs. His death has added fuel to the debate on renewed immigration raids against Central American mothers and children, […]

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(Español) Haciendo negocio con los inmigrantes detenidos

(Español) El gobierno federal ha hecho poco para corregir, y no cesa de seguir transfiriendo recursos económicos al sector privado. El año pasado la administración Obama ordenó, después de una revisión, ¡que se redujera la cuota!, a unos 30 mil detenidos. O sea, que se redujera la cuota, en lugar de que desaparezca este sistema de enriquecimiento inmoral, dice la fuente.

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Momentos emotivos de vigila en LA

Hearing on Exide Pollution Raises Hopes of Neighbors

The first hearing of a California Assembly committee in a zone that for decades was polluted with lead, arsenic and other dangerous toxic products by the battery recycling company, Exide, represented a small ray of hope. The neighborhood families, who are mostly Latino, strongly criticized state authorities for the slow moving operations of monitoring and clean-up.

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El Paso. Foto: gettyimages. com

Mexican Journalists’ Uphill Battle for Asylum

The documentary “El Paso” shows the harrowing journey of two Mexican journalists who flee their country to seek asylum in the United States, to avoid being killed by organized crime. One of the protagonists is Ricardo Chávez, who hosted a radio program reporting on drug trafficking in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua.

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Mexican Exiles in Texas.

THURSDAY, JUNE 16. PROGRAM # 7806 12:00 PM PT Mexican Exiles in Texas. Attorney Carlos Spector, founder of the organization Mexicanos en el Exilio, is one of the protagonists of the film “El Paso”, by movie director Everardo González. The film tells the story of two Mexican journalists who leave their country after being threatened […]

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“In the Country We Love.”

TUESDAY, JUNE 14. PROGRAM # 7804 12:00 PM PT “In the Country We Love.” Actress Diane Guerrero, best known for her star roles in the TV hits “Jane the Virgin and “Orange is the New Black,” has written a memoir titled “In the Country We Love: My Family Divided,” where she tells her heartbreaking story […]

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(Español) Trump ya levantó su propio muro ante los latinos

(Español) Trump es un xenófobo, prejuicioso que promueve la división y a cada oportunidad le falta el respeto a las minorías que juntas son mayoría. Como el viernes, que señaló a uno de sus seguidores llamándolo “Mi afroamericano”, como si fuera una mascota.

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