Mexico’s Presidential Candidate Attacks Migrant Activist. Also, San Antonio: 300 Years.

Thursday 2_673x324THURSDAY, MAY 24
PROGRAM # 8344 12:00 PM PT

Mexico’s Presidential Candidate Attacks Migrant Activist.

The candidate for Mexico’s ruling party made an attack on a well-known migrant and indigenous activist during the latest presidential debate, focusing on immigration and Mexico-US relations. The activist, who is now running for Mexico’s senate in her home state, responds to the attack.

Guest: Nestora Salgado, Activist, Mexico Senate Candidate, Movimiento Regeneración Nacional – MORENA, Mexico City.

San Antonio: 300 Years. On the 300th anniversary of the founding of San Antonio, an intelectual leader reflects on the myths and realities of the history of this Southwest city. He comments on the story behind the Battle of the Alamo, and invites listeners to ask and think about: “who we are, where are we coming from, and where are we going to.”

Guest: Dr. Tomas Ybarra-Frausto, Literary Critic, Writer, Retired University Professor , San Antonio, TX.

Photo: Pedro Ferriz de Con/Twitter

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