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Cimarrón.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15. PROGRAM # 7805 12:00 PM PT Cimarrón. Leading members of the Grammy-nominated group Cimarrón, from Colombia, talk about their unique music blend. Cimarrón plays “joropo” and “música llanera,” the traditional music from the plains of Colombia, with new, contemporary sounds. They create a powerful sound with traditional instruments such as harp, bandola, […]

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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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Posted in Arts & Culture, Immigration, Línea Abierta |
Protestan contra Trump en Washington, D.C. Foto: José López Zamorano.

(Español) Subestimar a Trump, el peor error

(Español) Lo mismo dijeron cuando se postuló y subestimaron, incluso sus contrincantes, la rabia contenida de un sector del Partido Republicano que al sol de hoy no se recupera de que un afroamericano ganara la presidencia en 2008 y menos de que fuera reelecto en el 2012.

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Pan-Caribbean Sound in California.

MONDAY, JUNE 13. PROGRAM # 7803 12:00 PM PT Pan-Caribbean Sound in California. A conversation with master percussionist and singer Gladys “Bobi” Céspedes, a Yoruba priestess and educator born in Cuba and based in San Francisco, and John Santos, a master percussionist, educator and one of the foremost promoters of Afro-Cuban and Latin jazz music […]

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(Español) Maldito odio, bendita solidaridad

(Español) El virtual nominado presidencial republicano, Donald Trump utilizó la plataforma de Twitter, primero para denunciar la tragedia, pero como carece de autocontrol, fue escalando hasta comenzar a lanzar ataques políticos incluso diciendo que si el presidente Barack Obama no decía que se trató de terrorismo islámico radical debería “renunciar en desgracia”.

Posted in Arts & Culture, Homepage Feature |
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(Español) Rehúsa conceder, pero deja abierta la puerta

(Español) Sin embargo, Bernie Sanders trataría de negociar su apoyo a Hillary Clinton, a cambio de que la exsecretaria de Estado y el Partido Demócrata acepten incluir en la plataforma de campaña los temas de la salud universal, la matrícula universitaria gratuita, un desarrollo económico que incluya a las familias de los trabajadores, y que impulse una vigorosa defensa por el medio ambiente.

Posted in Homepage Feature, Politics & Elections |
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Mexico Edition.

FRIDAY, JUNE 10. PROGRAM # 7802 12:00 PM PT Mexico Edition. Twenty-seven days after the teacher’s strike began, teachers continue protesting the educational reform with demonstrations and camp-outs in six states of Mexico. Encouraged by the recent electoral loss by the political party PRI in five states, and by the solidarity shown by union leaders, […]

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Posted in Línea Abierta, Politics & Elections |
•	Palabuniyan Kulintang Ensemble. Foto. Raíces, de Radio Bilingüe.

(Español) Festival Folklórico en el Paseo Nacional de DC: música y diálogo con artistas y líderes comunitarios

(Español) John Santos y Gladys “Bobi” Céspedes; la Banda Brillo indígena y Nuu Yuku/Danzantes Los Diablos de San Miguel Cuevas, Mexico; FandangObon, mezcla de son jarocho y rito budista japonés; y Homayun Sakhi y Salar Nader, músicos de Kabul.

Posted in Arts & Culture, Homepage Feature |
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Looking for Latinos in Children’s Books

About 13 million students in the nation’s public schools are Latino, about a quarter of all kindergarten through high school students. But some parents, teachers and librarians say Latino kids rarely see themselves reflected in the characters and plots of children’s books. José Luis Buen Abad visited a library in Seattle, Washington, to investigate. This story is part of the series, “Hablando de la Raza”.

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Posted in Arts & Culture, Education, Homepage Feature |
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Thousands of CA Students Drink Polluted Water at School

Hundreds of California schools offer unsafe drinking water to their students, according to a study by environmental groups. More than a million students, many of whom are Latino and poor children, especially in the state’s Central Valley, are putting their health at risk when they drink water from their school drinking fountains.

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