Racial profiling affects many undocumented, immigration laws are getting stricter those who drive under the influence of any substance or alcohol and receive a citation will find it more difficult to gain legal status in this country. Guest: Aridna Renteria, Immigration Attorney
Agricultural pesticides used in California increasingly linked to childhood cancers and neurological harm; Policy-makers urged to protect children living on “frontline” Guests: Mark Weller, Acting Program Director Pesticide Reform & Juan Martinez, Salinas Valley Community Activist
A representative from the Employment Development Department informs about H2A jobs and provides a list of open positions in agriculture in the state of California. Also, recent updates about AB-60 driver licenses for undocumented living in California. Guests: Fracisco Macias, from the Employment Development Department and Armando Botello, Director of Communications, Department of Motor Vehicles […]
A representative from the Employment Development Department informs about H2A jobs and provides a list of open positions in agriculture in the state of California. California Senate Bill 75 will provide full Medi-Cal coverage to all under 19 years old, regarding their legal status, but they do need to comply with the all MediCal requirements […]
Justices that heals, brining community together to listen, share, and reach safety through truth, understanding and healing. Guest: Beatriz Chaidez, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Salinas City Elementary School District
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http://radiobilingue.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Trabajadores-H2A.jpeg A Nevada federal judge signed off Tuesday on a $2.8 million settlement between an onion farm and H¬2Avisa workers who claimed they had been shorted on pay and weren’t reimbursed for travel and immigration-related expenses. Guests: Jose Behar, Attorney with Hughes Socol Piers Resnick & Dym, Ltd and Adelina Vásquez, Promoter with Centro de […]
During this edition of Comunidad Alerta, find information about the programs and services offered by the Employment Development Department of California. (EDD) Guests: Rigo Villegas, Johanna Wojciak, & Wendy Lomeli, from the Employment Development Department of California.
In May, a law will go into effect that extends state health insurance Medi-Cal to a quarter million undocumented minors. From Los Angeles, Araceli Martinez reports on how parents are preparing to receive this huge benefit for their children.