WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13 PROGRAM # 10218 12:00 PM PT Joven Noble & Girasol: Empowering children to stay away from drugs. Drug abuse, including prescription opioids and fentanyl, and deaths for drug overdose, are on the rise among older teens and young adults. Opioid abuse is now a national public health emergency. How do kids end […]
This week, the White House escalated its offensive to combat not only international drug trafficking, but also addiction in U.S. schools. Latino experts and legislators agree on the urgency of the announced measures and have voiced support for a multimillion dollar investment to reduce demand in the country.
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 […]
(Español) ‘Somos de la Costa’, concierto virtual: Las Hermanas García piden ayuda para afectados de ‘Otis’
(Español) El repertorio reflejará este momento de renacimiento musical, con chilenas y boleros compuestos por familiares y amigos del dueto, además de los viejos clásicos como ‘Por los caminos del sur’, ‘El negro de la Costa’ y el bolero ‘Sabor a mi’, que el dueto canta en español y en amuzgo.
Extra Edition: Historic Funds for Radio Bilingüe. Fresno Arts Funding Plan Under Scrutiny. Central Valley Latinos: Are They Making It Through College?
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9 PROGRAM # 10184 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Historic Funds for Radio Bilingüe. This week, Radio Bilingüe and California Assemblymember Joaquin Arambula are announcing an historic investment in Radio Bilingüe that will allow the Latino public radio network to empower the next generation of community media producers and bring its multilingual program […]
States Sue Over Social Media Harm to Kids. Monarch Butterflies and Day of the Dead. The Legacy of Ernie Palomino.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2 PROGRAM # 10178 12:00 PM PT States Sue Over Social Media Harm to Kids. Dozens of bipartisan states, including California, Utah and New York, are suing major tech giants claiming their social media platforms are addictive and toxic for kids and are contributing to the youth mental health crisis. Representatives of a […]
As violence in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict escalates, misinformation and hate speech are flooding social media. How can you verify what you see in the news? How do you know what is false and what is true?
Extra Edition: Colleges Help Undocumented Students. (Program Repeat). Also, More Support for ESL Teachers in California.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26 PROGRAM # 10170 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Colleges Help Undocumented Students. (Program Repeat). During Undocumented Student Action Week, community colleges throughout California reach out to students and their families to let them know about available resources that have been designed especially for them. What are the challenges undocumented students face? What […]
Extra Edition: Keeping Guard Up Against COVID. Also, Fresno Teacher Strike Could Begin Within Days. And California Bans Diagnosis of “Excited Delirium.”
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24 PROGRAM # 10167 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Keeping Guard Up Against COVID. While many people are letting down their guard believing COVID is no longer a concern, COVID hospitalizations increased last month. To address the growing COVID vaccination fatigue, doctors and nurses are launching a campaign aiming to educate about the importance […]
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18 PROGRAM # 10162 12:00 PM PT Free School Meals in Every State? New Mexico, Colorado and four other states are joining California and Maine in offering school breakfasts and lunches for free for all students this school year. Other states are considering similar initiatives and federal lawmakers reintroduced a bill to extend […]