FRIDAY, MARCH 27. PROGRAM # 7484 12:00 PM PT Mexico Edition. Martha Elena Ramírez hosts the program Voz Pública from Mexico City. The civic journalist brings news and analysis on Mexican developments. Photo: boerries nehe/Flickr For more information about Linea Abierta click here To visit Linea Abierta audio archives go to archivosderb.org
The most emotional meeting was between Ayotzinapa parents and family members of other victims of violence and disappearance in Mexico, who now reside in Los Angeles. With more details, here’s our correspondent Rubén Tapia.
Parents of the “Ayotzinapa 43” Missing Students Headline Public Forum in San Francisco on their Search for Justice
The stop in San Francisco is part of a national U.S. caravan (#Caravan43, Caravan43.com) targeting three regions and culminating in Washington, DC to bring the faces of this state-sanctioned human rights atrocity before U.S. witnesses six months after the mass disappearance.
THURSDAY, MARCH 26. PROGRAM # 7483 12:00 PM PT Caravana43. Mothers and fathers of missing students from Ayotzinapa, Mexico visit the U.S. to share their gripping story of gross human rights abuse with international audiences. Called Caravan43, the tour today stops simultaneously in California, Missouri and Georgia. Also, popular Mexican journalist and talk show host […]
De la Cruz Sandoval and Rosales Sierra are in the country as part of Caravana 43, a US Latino grassroots initiative that seeks transparency in the Mexican government’s handling of the Ayotzinapa case and supports the group of parents’ demand for justice.
Fresno has responded to the national effort by receiving the Caravana 43 and providing them a platform to tell their stories and the horror experience they are going through searching
for their children without any support from the Mexican Government. Different community
FRIDAY, MARCH 20. PROGRAM # 7479 12:00 PM PT Mexico Edition. Farm workers from the San Quintin Valley in Baja California, asking for an eight-hour workday and 300 pesos a day, were repressed and jailed when they blocked highways. A leader of an indigenous group calls for an investigation of the agricultural companies which may […]
Celebrated North American jazz trumpet player Wynton Marsalis started a tour through the Americas to celebrate the influence that the musical traditions of the Caribbean, North, South and Central America have had on jazz throughout history. As part of the tour, Marsalis and his musicians offered a clinic for music students in Cuernavaca, a city near Mexico’s capital. Raúl Silva reports.
One of the parents of the survivors, Felipe de la Cruz, came to New York before the caravan, to participate in an Amnesty International congress. Our correspondent in New York, Marco Vinicio González, interviewed him.
(Español) “Apenas el lunes pasado, el Secretario de Trabajo y Previsión Social, Alfonso Navarrete Prida, informó sobre el rescate a más 200 indígenas tarahumaras que laboraban en condiciones de explotación e infrahumanas en dos municipios de Baja California Sur”,