Dr. Jesus Rodriguez, primary health physician at Kaiser Permanente, Fresno speaks on Latinos and medical careers.
SantiagoLucero, spokesperson for Covered California, informs listeners about health coverage options under California’s healthcare exchange.
(Español) Hace dos años los inspectores encontraron que muchas granjas de moras, o blueberries como se llaman en Ingles, no cumplen con las leyes relativas al trabajo de los menores de edad y el salario mínimo.
Indigenous youth from the Mexican state of Oaxaca document the civic and cultural engagement of indigenous youth in Madera, CA.
Adrian Sanchez, health fellow at Greenlining Institute speaks about efforts to reach uninsured residents in California to sign up for health coverage.
Lester Velazquez, representative for the Mexican Consulate in Fresno speaks about services for Mexican nationals. Immigration attorney Camille Cook shares information about Secure Communities during today’s Comunidad Alerta talk show.
Luis Artega from the California Emerging Technology Fund and Lilian Coral at 211 California speak about efforts to connect Californians to high-speed internet at home.
Rey Leon, director of Valley LEAP speaks about the positive changes by Huron’s civic committee, ALMA. Also, the reporting of “environmental crimes” in Fresno County.
Guest Lupe Quintero, community worker coordinator at California Rural Legal Assistance in California’s Imperial Valley speaks about the state law that protects outdoor workers against heat illnesses.