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In this episode: Los manchadores talk about a project de un muchacho from the community about social justice and tattoos; what's the message behind them, who's getting them and why do some people hide them. Be part of this project... more

In this episode: We had the chance to sit down with Hector and Jorge and talk about the history of No Manches Co. and how they are making an impact in the community today. These guys are bien chistosos and we had a lot of fun... more

Estos guys son unos malportados! They will bring a different perspective to the airwaves and we are proud to showcase them. Join the fun and the excitement and tune in! You can also catch up with ChicagoOnAir on Twitter and... more

Recently the internet was rocked by controversy when Fox announced they were launching a new cartoon series called?Bordertown?. The show is scheduled to be released in 2014 and will be based in a town near the U.S.-Mexico border. It will... more

Tonight we will be speaking with Angela Rodriguez. You might know her as Hip-Hop artist Temple Of Teno. She is here to tell us about her annual food drive called Hip-Hop For Humanity. This year Hip-Hop For Humanity will feature... more

We will be speaking to Ramon Hamilton about his film "Smuggled". A film depicting the journey of a nine year old boy and his mother as they attempt to cross the border to reach the U.S. We ask Ramon what his motivation was for... more

We will be speaking to Raul Ramos-Sanchez about his new novel PANCHO LAND. his latest in his Class H trilogy. Raul is an award winning novelist and has appeared on CNN Espanol.

Tony Diaz joins us and we will be talking about the movement he started "Librotraficante". One year later where is the movement now and what's ahead for the future?

is a Mexican-born artist who grew up in Long Beach, California. Through the use of art Salgado has become a well-known activist within the Dream Act movement. Salgado uses his art to empower undocumented and queer people by telling... more

On the show today, Roberto Lovato joins us. He is is a founding member of Presente.org and a writer and commentator with New America Media. He is a frequent contributor to The Nation and the Huffington Post and his work has... more

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