Everett Alvarez’s High School Dreamers’ Club in Salinas, CA, a student-led organization, seeks to raise awareness, create community, and advocate for immigration reform. We provide students and families with resources, community service opportunities, and support with college applications and scholarships, as well as information regarding the Dream Act and DACA. Guests: Ms. Ana Barrera, Mr.Jason […]
Alza Tu Voz / Speak Out, youth radio program participants interview Enrique Montano, professional local soccer player. He shared his story, education, motivation, and achievements. Guest: Enrique Montano, professional soccer player with Louisville FC
Radio Bilingüe is offering basic radio production training to a group of youth from Southeast/Central Fresno. Most of the youth are part of the Fresno Boys and Men of Color group (BMOC), or participate in organizations affiliated with the Fresno Building Healthy Communities (BHC) initiative. Here we present some of the messages produced by trainees […]
“Art is nature, art is healing” is what the motto from a group of artists from Salinas, California who create safe spaces for free creative expression.
During this edition of Alza Tu Voz / Speak Out we talked with a group of young adults that about “Mi Abuelito Fue Bracero” [My Grandpa was a Bracero], a project in the Salinas Valley that seeks to collect stories, interviews, and anecdotes of grandparents, parents, and families who came during the times of the […]
Youth radio participants attending a meeting on how the residents of the City of Salinas define their economic development plan. Community was welcome to express their ideas in education, workforce, youth employment, business, and quality of life.
Re-Alisal Stories from Acosta Plaza is a documentary theater project in east Salinas, CA to celebrate the lives of families living in Acosta Plaza. We all have a story to tell, the project invited those living in that part of the community to participate and be the actors of their own history. What is your […]
The city of Salinas Library and Community Service Department received a grant from the David & Lucile Packard Foundation to redevelop Cesar Chavez Park located in the eastside of Salinas, CA. Adults, Youth and Children were invited to attend a community forum to determine how to improve the park.
Activists discuss with teens the value of Civic Activism and the Cesar Chavez Movie. Civic engagement involves “working to make a difference in the civic life of one’s community and developing the combination of knowledge, skills, values and motivation to make that difference. It means promoting the quality of life in a community, through both […]
On this program we talked with “Urban Artists Collective” from Salinas, California, a group of artists that makes their art with materials that are useless to many of us. They shared with us their view of the importance of having arts programs in their city and how it has helped them personally to become mentors […]