Edición Semanaria is a weekly 14-minute Spanish-language news magazine, on air since 1993 and the only of its kind in the nation. Vibrant three- to five-minute features explore top stories of the week, human interest and arts from communities around the U.S. Listeners may hear a feature from our “Raices” series on traditional and new interpretations of folk arts of the Americas; from our “Emerging Landscapes” series on Native American – Latino environmental connections; an investigation from our Immigration Desk, a hands-on look at how to navigate the new health law, and profiles of Latino legends and everyday heros. Carried by 50 stations coast to coast, Edición Semanaria is available free to stations via satellite, Content Depot and radiobilingue.org.
*Trump’s Cabinet Nominees Make Clear Harsher Policies Near
*What Can Latino Universities Expect Under Trump?
*Number of Latino Doctors Shrinkens As Latino Population Grows
*Republicans Take First Steps toward Repealing Obamacare
*How to Report Hate Crimes
*Can Well Drilling Be Stopped in California County Hit by Drought?
“The farmworkers are still affected…there are more tan 2000 small water Wells that have no more water so these communities have to use bottled water.”Download
*Youth Protest Juvenile Detention Center in Seattle
*Will the New Water Law Relieve Poor Families’ Crisis?
*20 Years After Peace Accords, Mayan Survivors Seek to Heal Wounds
*An Act of Hate Inspires Solidarity with Neighbors in Arizona
*A Christmas Pastorela for the Trump Era
*Californian Activists and Politicians Define Strategies to Confront Trump Policies
*Reunification of Families in NewYorkTlán
*A Talk With Gabino Palomares
*Historic Victory for Native Americans at Standing Rock
*Cubans Say Goodbye to Fidel
*Mexican Journalist Awarded for Investigating Massacre
*Indigenous Immigrants Visit Standing Rock
*More Sanctuary Cities Declared
*California Drought Affecting Health
Meet the Reporters
Radio Bilingüe Reporters
Edición Semanaria is a production team of reporters from Radio Bilingüe Noticiero Latino.