FRIDAY, AUGUST 21. PROGRAM # 7592 12:00 PM PT Mexico Edition. The peso continues to fall against the dollar, and varied demands for justice and democracy in Mexico also continue. Photo-journalists and Colombians protest outside the Mexico City prosecutor’s office, rejecting the version of robbery as a motive in the case of five people executed […]
THURSDAY, AUGUST 20. PROGRAM # 7591 12:00 PM PT Cracking Down on Wage Theft. Stating that wage theft is an epidemic that pervades the economy, and Los Angeles is the wage theft capital of the country, state and local officials convene a town hall meeting in Los Angeles to drum up support for a pending […]
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19. PROGRAM # 7590 12:00 PM PT Health For All. Health care analysts discuss the prospects for SB 4, a progressive initiative seeking to expand health coverage to the undocumented. The bill puts final touches on the expansion of publicly funded health coverage to all children and youth and would also allow undocumented […]
Dreamer Moms. Also, Arpaio Suit Rejected. Also, presidential candidate Donald Trump unveiled his immigration plan.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 18. PROGRAM # 7589 12:00 PM PT Dreamer Moms. A conversation with the leader of a group of deported moms, who represents families separated by deportation. Living in Mexico and separated from her children, she speaks about her children plight and her efforts to pass a bill in the U.S. House to allow […]
MONDAY, AUGUST 17. PROGRAM # 7588 12:00 PM PT San Francisco Sanctuary Under Fire. Using the killing of Kathryn Steinle, a young woman gunned down in San Francisco by an undocumented immigrant, as key talking point, conservative leaders are launching an all-out campaign to deprive San Francisco and other sanctuary cities from federal funds, accusing […]
(Español) Donald Trump ya afinó su estrategia para “ganarse” el voto latino, como asegura que lo hará si es el nominado republicano: revocar, si fuera electo presidente, las acciones ejecutivas migratorias, y la deportación de 11 millones de indocumentados.
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A farm worker leader from the San Quintín Valley, an agro-export enclave in Northern Mexico, travels to the United States calling for a boycott against the products of Driscoll’s, the leading supplier of berries in this country.
The irregular form of shrinking or expanding the hours of breaks and lunches, as well as start and end time, according to the company’s needs, made González’s workdays start around 9 a.m. and end after 7 p.m.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. PROGRAM # 7587 12:00 PM PT Mexico Edition. While the Mexico City prosecutor insists on the version of robbery as a motive to execute five people in the Narvarte neighborhood, activists and friends of journalist Rubén Espinosa, as well as attorneys and family members of activist Nadia Vera, two of those killed, […]