Extra Edition: Radio Bilingüe Headlines Community Radio Congress. Also, Flu Shots for Older Adults.

Tuesday_673x324 11amTUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21
PROGRAM # 10195 11:00 AM PT

Extra Edition: Radio Bilingüe Headlines Community Radio Congress.

Leading members of Radio Bilingüe provided the keynote speech at the opening of the Fourth National Congress of Community Radio: Latin American and Caribbean Expressions 2023, a virtual gathering of more than 200 community radio stations hosted by the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (BUAP). The keynote address focused on the rights of access to media for indigenous and underserved communities and Radio Bilingüe’s vision, journalistic model, and multilingual broadcast service. This program features the keynote address.

Guests: Hugo Morales, Founding Executive Director, Radio Bilingüe, Fresno, CA; Filemón López, Coordinator, La Hora Mixteca, Radio Bilingüe, Fresno, CA; Samuel Orozco, News and Information Director, Oakland, CA.

Flu Shots for Older Adults. Each year, more than half of the U.S. adult population does not receive the flu vaccine. With so much attention focused on COVID-19, many people may have forgotten how dangerous the flu can be. Who is most at risk for complications from the flu? Why should older adults consider a higher dose of the flu vaccine? Why are some ethnic groups more at risk? What are the most common complications of influenza?

Guest: Marilena Grittani, Clinical Pharmacist, Founder, Controlling Your Own Health, Clearlake, CA.

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