Monday April 20<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Monday April 2012:00 PM (PacificTime)

Berta Cáceres. A conversation with Honduran activist Berta Cáceres, a leader of the indigenous Lenca people, who has faced violent attacks and death threats for her fight against a controversial hydroelectric dam on her people’s territory. Photo: The Goldman Environmental Prize
Tuesday April 21<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Tuesday April 2112:00 PM (PacificTime)

Immigration Edition. After hearing oral arguments, a panel of three judges from the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has now to decide soon on a request to provide an emergency stay for DAPA and DACA. Photo: iamerica/Facebook
Wednesday April 22<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Wednesday April 2212:00 PM (PacificTime)

Farmworkers in Mexico’s Capital. Farmworker leaders from Baja California meet in Mexico City with congressional leaders and federal officials calling attention to a life of labor and sexual abuse and low pay for the thousands of indigenous laborers Photo: Frente Indígena de Organizaciones Binacionales
Thursday April 23<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Thursday April 2312:00 PM (PacificTime)

Lorenzo Martínez: Master Folk Violinist. In 2003, the National Endowment for the Arts recognized the musical contributions of father and son Roberto and Lorenzo Martínez, a family from the heartlands of New Mexico.    Photo: National Endowment for the Arts
Friday April 24<em>12:00 PM (PacificTime)</em>

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Friday April 2412:00 PM (PacificTime)

Mexico Edition. Martha Elena Ramírez hosts the program Voz Pública from Mexico City. The civic journalist brings news and analysis on Mexican developments.
Photo: Eneas De Troya/Flickr
El desfile de orgullo gay en Phoenix fue una oportunidad para los activistas pro-inmigrante y LGBT de amplificar su campaña para pedir la liberación de Nicoll Hernández Polanco.

Edición Semanaria (Weekly Magazine)

17 April, 2015

*Abuse Reported Against Transgender Immigrants in Detention
*Los Angeles Parents Form a Traditional Rondalla Group for their Children
*Goodbye, Eduardo Galeano


Goodbye, Eduardo Galeano

17 April, 2015

In order for the memories not to be forgotten, we are sharing some segments of his conversations on Radio Bilingüe in San Francisco and Montevideo. Marco Vinicio González presents some of the words the maestro left recorded for history.

Debut de Rondalla Juvenil Sueno Romantico

Los Angeles Parents Form a Traditional Rondalla Group for their Children

17 April, 2015

The musical group was symbolically sponsored by the famous group Rondalla Del Amor de Saltillo during its first concert at a church in Santa Monica, California. Our correspondent Rubén Tapia reports. This feature story is part of our series, Raices, Los Maestros: Artists who are passing on their art to the next generation.


(Español) Denuncian abuso hacia inmigrantes transgénero en centros de detención

17 April, 2015

A few days ago, a group marched in the gay pride parade in Phoenix to attract more attention to the case of a transgender woman from Guatemala who is being held in a detention center in Florence, while her political asylum petition is considered. Valeria Fernández reports.

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