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Mexico Edition.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9 PROGRAM #9036 12:00 PM PT Mexico Edition. This is a conversation with the headliner and the director of the Mexican film “El Guardián de la Memoria”, which is about to premiere in theaters across the United States after having won the Ariel Prize, the highest recognition of the Mexican Academy of Cinema […]

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“Once I Was You.”

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1 PROGRAM #9024 11:00 AM PT “Once I Was You.” This is a conversation with Emmy Award-winning journalist María Hinojosa about her new memoir, “Once I Was You, a Memoir of Love and Hate in a Torn America.” In her book, the anchor of NPR’s Latino USA shares stories about the current immigration […]

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Chicano Moratorium: Fifty Years.

MONDAY, AUGUST 31 PROGRAM # 8991 12:00 PM PT Chicano Moratorium: Fifty Years. 50 years ago, a peace march and rally protesting the disproportionate Chicano casualties in the Vietnam War, turned violent after being attacked by the police, leaving several dead, including journalist Ruben Salazar. The historic march has left an indelible mark in the […]

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Posted in Arts & Culture, Education, Historia, Youth, Línea Abierta, Politics |
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50 Years of Ethnic Studies.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 13 PROGRAM # 8974 11:00 AM PT 50 Years of Ethnic Studies. Fifty years ago, students at San Francisco State University led a five-month strike in demand of relevant education for students of color. The protest, the longest campus strike in US history, helped galvanize the creation of the College of Ethnic Studies, […]

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Nobel Winner Mario Molina.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 11 PROGRAM # 8971 11:00 AM PT Nobel Winner Mario Molina. Mexican Scientist Mario Molina, winner of the 1995 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his pioneering work predicting the depletion of the ozone layer as a consequence of the emission of chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) gases, talks about his life, his work on air pollution, […]

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Memoirists Reyna Grande, Julissa Arce.

THURSDAY, JULY 23 PROGRAM # 8954 12:00 PM PT Memoirists Reyna Grande, Julissa Arce. They searched for the American dream. They rose from struggling undocumented kids to thriving leaders in the US. They now use their special talent and the power of their pen and their spoken word to help inspire and educate Latino youth […]

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Author Eduardo Galeano.

MONDAY, JULY 20 PROGRAM # 8949 12:00 PM PT Author Eduardo Galeano. Acclaimed Uruguayan author Eduardo Galeano talks about his latest book “Mirrors,” a collection of short stories about the history of the world. In this interview, recorded in San Francisco and aired for the first time on July 8, 2009, the late writer discusses […]

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Coronavirus: Extra Edition.

TUESDAY, JULY 7 PROGRAM # 8936 11:00 AM PT Coronavirus: Extra Edition. As coronavirus infections surge and deaths are lagging behind in the US, a scientist discusses the meaning of this phenomenon and the lessons of President Bolsonaro’s infection. He also comments on the long-term ravages of Covid-19, the disproportionate numbers of the pandemic on […]

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Posted in Arts & Culture, Coronavirus/COVID-19, Immigration, Youth, Línea Abierta, Politics, Health |
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Radio Bilingüe at 40.

MONDAY, JULY 6 PROGRAM # 8935 12:00 PM PT Radio Bilingüe at 40. Radio Bilingüe, the national Latino public radio network, marks 40 years since its first station went on the air in Fresno. The station became a trailblazer in community radio and soon grew to become a satellite-interconnected network of stations serving bilingual audiences […]

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“American Dirt” and Diversity in Book Publishing.

TUESDAY, MARCH 31 PROGRAM # 8843 12:00 PM PT “American Dirt” and Diversity in Book Publishing. Announced by its fans as “a great migrant novel,” the book “American Dirt” tells the story about a Mexican mom and son who are forced to flee their hometown and crossed to the US after they feared for their […]

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