Tag Archives: Desarrollo Económico
FRIDAY, MARCH 24 PROGRAM # 9955 12:00 PM PT Mexico Edition. We spoke with Ruth Villanueva, Director of Migrant Protection and Liaison, about the controversial statements made by the INM Commissioner. After the collapse of the Silicon Valley Bank, how is this bank failure seen in Mexico? Will banks in Mexico be hit? Financial analysts […]
Banking Worries. Also, Public Banking.
THURSDAY, MARCH 23 PROGRAM # 9954 12:00 PM PT Banking Worries. The US banking system is being rocked by the collapse of the Silicon Valley Bank. Can we trust the banks? Are our deposits safe? A financial analyst gives a report and examines regulations to protect consumers. Public Banking. California has one of the highest […]
TUESDAY, MARCH 21 PROGRAM # 9951 12:00 PM PT Immigration Edition. Under new rules that will take effect at the end of this month, OSHA will have the authority to issue visa certifications to undocumented workers who have had their wages stolen as well as other workplace abuses, allowing workers to remain in the US […]
Florida Farm Workers March for Fair Food. Also, Presidential Hopeful’s Hardline Conservative Agenda.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15 PROGRAM # 9945 12:00 PM PT Florida Farm Workers March for Fair Food. Farm workers and supporters in Florida began a 45-mile march called to denounce human rights abuses in US agriculture and urge retail food giants to join the Fair Food Program. The march started in Pahokee, a farming town where […]
Student Debt Relief in Limbo. How to Stay Insured After Covid Benefits End. Building a Climate Resilient Community.
THURSDAY, MARCH 9 PROGRAM # 9940 12:00 PM PT Student Debt Relief in Limbo. The Supreme Court’s conservative majority appeared skeptical of President Biden’s plan for student loan forgiveness after hearing arguments last week. More than 16 million have been approved for relief, but the benefit has been on hold due to legal challenges from […]
Extra Edition: Caregiving Crisis in CaliforniaExtra . Also, “The Humans Who Feed Us.”
TUESDAY, MARCH 7 PROGRAM # 9936 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Caregiving Crisis in CaliforniaExtra . Tens of thousands of elderly people are not receiving the care they need and this crisis is expected to exacerbate as more people in California are getting older. A new state bill would reform California’s home care services to […]
Extra Edition: FEMA Asked to Accelerate Emergency Assistance. Also, The Future of Agriculture in the San Joaquin Valley.
THURSDAY, MARCH 2 PROGRAM # 9932 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: FEMA Asked to Accelerate Emergency Assistance. Thousands of farmworker’s homes in the city of Planada were seriously damaged by flooding caused by severe winter storms. Weeks after the devastation and with the threat of new rain, many residents complain that help from the Federal […]
Food for All Propose in California and Oregon.
THURSDAY, MARCH 2 PROGRAM # 9933 12:00 PM PT Food for All Propose in California and Oregon. During the pandemic, food assistance programs were developed for the most vulnerable, including those immigrants considered essential workers. Now that the end of the public health emergency has been decreed, this aid has also decreased although it is […]
28th Anniversary of Línea Abierta.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27 PROGRAM # 9928 12:00 PM PT 28th Anniversary of Línea Abierta. Línea Abierta is the first and only national, live, Spanish-language call-in show in U.S. public broadcasting, and on February 25, it completed its 28th year. Radio Bilingüe launched Línea Abierta in 1995 to fill the void in public and commercial media […]
Extra Edition: Fieldworkers Living in the Shadows. (A Repeat.)
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23 PROGRAM # 9925 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Fieldworkers Living in the Shadows. (A Repeat.) Agriculture is a key pillar of California’s thriving economy. Yet, those working the fields face dire working conditions and serious health challenges. A new, landmark study shows many farmworkers in California live with chronic conditions like diabetes […]