Monterey County Anti-Fracking a residents initiative. Guests: Maragita & Lorenzo Rebbechi, Protect Monterey County Coalition.
The right to vote, Latinos getting inform to make their best decision during these elections from registering to vote, learning about the different propositions and knowing the candidates view on issues that are of most concern. Guest: Greta Arevalo, Outreach Program Manager at Monterey County Elections Department.
Community and non partisan organizations are working to increase the Latino vote, registering voters, providing information, and encouraging civic participation. Guests: Joel Hernández, Lead Organizor, Center for Community Advocacy (CCA) y Mony Flores-Bauer, Volunteer for The League of Women Voters of California
Monterey County Agricultual Comissioner and Farmworker Advisory Committee announce historic pesticide initiative. Guests: Teo Gonzalez, Chief Deputy Agricultural Commissioner, Monterey County Office of the Agriculture Commissioner & Joel Hernandez, Maria Guadalupe Nuñez and Maria Elena Andrade from Center for Community Advocacy and Teo Gonzalez, from Monterey County Agricultural Commission.
How the anti-immigrant expressions are affects us and what is being done to counteract these racial stances. Guest: Dr. William Arrocha, Assistant Professor, Middlebury Institute of International Studies Monterey.
Voices of Change, is a book about local organizers, activists, and agents of change in the Salinas Valley and Monterey Peninsula who share their motivation to bring social change to their community. Guest: Juan Martinez, Co-Author and Community Activist
Local groups are joining forces for environmental justice and to let oil companies know they are not welcome to drill in their communities. Guests: Margaret Rebecchi, Demetrio Pruneda, & Samuel Ramos, Protect Monterey County
Hartnell Community College in Salinas, California launches Center for Achievement and Student Advancement (Casa), in support to students regardless of their residency status. Guests: Ana Gonzalez, Mi Casa Program Assistant and Adriana Gonzalez, Student
Californians can now get cash back into their pockets with the new Cal Earn Income Tax Credit (CalEITC) program. Find out if are eligible for this potential credit. Look for the VITA program in your neighborhood to receive Free tax preparation, if you qualify. Guests: Laura Barrera, CALEITC4ME Coordinator
With the Local Control Funding Formula, funds seek to help students and schools in disadvantage communities to improve education. Guests: Maricela Cruz, Board of Trustees Alisal Union School District and Sandra Cervantez, Community Liaison at Washington Middle School