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.
*Mixteco Immigrants in California Struggle to Get Social Services in their Language
*More Protections for Guest Workers Sought in Washington
*Farm Workers Pressure Berry Giant Driscoll’s
*Families Protest Mass Eviction in Arizona
*Clock Ticking on California Bill that Would Allow Undocumented Immigrants to Buy On Health Exchange
*Real-Life Border Drama Goes On Stage
Puerto Rico Calls Debt Unpayable - For the first time in its history, Puerto Rico defaulted on its massive debt, which is currently more than...Download
*From Child to Social Justice Activist
*Why Rubén Espinosa Fled Veracruz
*Medicare and Medicaid Turn 50
*Drinking Fountains Installed in Rural California
*Couple Separated by Deportation Marries On the Border
*Pope’s Call to Action on Climate Change Hits Home in California
*Cuban Flag Flies Again in Washington, D.C.
*In Settlement, Sheriff Arpaio Does Not Admit Responsibility
*The Real Díaz Brothers from “McFarland, USA”
*DAPA Expected to Go All the Way to the Supreme Court
*Young People Lobby for Anti-Wage-Theft Law in California
*Who Can Still Enroll in Health Insurance through the Affordable Care Act?Download
*Latino Activists Demand Apology from Donald Trump
*Supermarket Chain El Súper Fined for Wage Theft
*Son Huasteco Brings Joy to Migrants and Young People in San Francisco Bay Area
*Family of Immigrant Who Died in Private Prison in Arizona Wants Answers.
*Sick Workers: Legacy of Long-gone Smelter Company in Texas.
*Gay Couples Celebrate after Historic Victory for the Right to Marry.
Meet the Reporters
Radio Bilingüe Reporters
Edición Semanaria is a production team of reporters from Radio Bilingüe Noticiero Latino.