• 01:01

    Latino Rebels Radio: The Midterms, Immigration Reform and #YaMeCansé

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    After a devestating loss for Democrats on Election Day allowed Republicans to take control of the House and Senate, what happens now wih immigration reform? We ask immigration attorney Matthew Kolken his thoughts on what we could expect from the President and the Republicans. 


    We will also discuss the latest from Mexico.


    Be part of the conversation and call (347) 308-8633

  • Latino Rebels Radio: The Midterms, Immigration Reform and the Latest from Mexico

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    After a devestating loss for Democrats on Election Day allowed Republicans to take control of the House and Senate, what happens now wih immigration reform? We ask immigration attorney Matthew Kolken and civil rights activist Erika Andiola their thoughts on what we could expect from the President and the Republicans. 


    We will also discuss the latest from Mexico.


    Be part of the conversation and call (347) 308-8633

  • Latino Rebels 2014 Year In Review

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    Tonight we review the stories that made us laugh, cry and do a double take! Join the convo and tell us your top stories. Dial 347.308.8633

  • 01:20

    Centro Latino for Literacy’s 8th Annual Manos Amigas/Helping Hands Celebration

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    Centro Latino for Literacy (Centro Latino) celebrates the accomplishments of adult literacy graduates whose drive and persistence to learn reading, writing, and arithmetic is nothing short of inspirational.
     
    This evening Manuel Pastor, Ph.D., Co-Director, USC Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration will be recognized as our 2014 Literacy Champion at our Pre Graduation Contributor’s Reception. Dr. Pastor, a strong adult literacy advocate, has helped raise the profile of Centro Latino’s adult literacy solutions.
     
    The graduation celebration will feature Keynote Speaker, Oscar E. Cruz, President and CEO at Families in Schools, and MC, Azalea Iñiguez, News Reporter at Telemundo 52 KVEA Los Angeles.   
     
    For information contact:
     
    Mari Riddle
    President & CEO
    mari@centrolatinoliteracy.org
    Centro Latino for Literacy 
    1709 W. 8th Street, Suite A
    Los Angeles, CA 90017
    www.centrolatinoliteracy.org

  • 01:00

    LatinoTalk Texas 2015, 0012 Latino Issues continue to Split GOP

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    In Austin and Washington, the Republicans efforts to pander to the radical and bigoted anti-Latino Tea party is costing them their reputation and could cost us all our very security. the Tea party's platform is fundamentally based upon an agenda set by the radical white supremacist Tanton Network. Thus, they will do anything they can to oppose all forms of immigration and force Latinos into leaving America. the Republican Party, ten years ago, chose to embrace the Tea parties at the expense of Latinos. Those people have long left and more are alienated every day. Today, however, there are still a few Republicans unwilling to pander to the radical minority Tea party types like The Bigot King, Louie Gohmert and Ted Cruz. In Austin, Joe Straus, Speaker of the House, says he will not support an effort to remove "In State Tuition" from undocumented students in opposition to Lt. Governor Dan Patrick who ran on that issue in his campaign. Straus also said that border security is a law enforcement measure and not the business of the National Guard. Contrastingly, John Boehner, Speaker of the House in Washington, continues to attempt to placate the Tea party radicals with his manufactured lie that Obama's executive action on immigration was, in his words, unconstitutional. It was not. It is a lie to say so. But they are sticking to that lie and playing a dangerous game of chicken with the Democrats in the Senate over it. In fact, the Republicans who are all about "law and order" are in a position to have the DHS run OUT of funding by the end of this month! But they are trying to bet their way out of the bluff with your money and safety. It is really very sad and I'm very sorry to see John Boehner, who knows better and favors immigration reform fail to stand up for what is right and good for America in a failing effort to placate the radical Tea party. So sorry to see that.

  • 01:03

    The Literature Episode with Marlena Fitzpatrick of Editorial Trance

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    Tonight, we talk literature with Marlena Fitzpatrick of Editorial Trance, a digital publishing platform that seeks to broaden the literary margins of the Latino experience in both English and Spanish. Marlena will share more details about a new call for submissions for the Rebeldes anthology Latino Rebels is developing with Editorial Trance.


    Later in the show, we'll explore what our community is saying about our top stories of the week.


    Call in to (347) 308-8633 and join the convo!

  • 01:00

    Latino Rebels Radio: The Latino Media Gap and a World Cup Convo

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    Our June 22 10pmET show:



    We talk with Frances Negrón Muntaner about a "The Latino Media Gap" study that explores the problems with U.S. media and Latino representation.
    We cover the great, the bad and the ugly at World Cup 2014 with Rafael Collazo of Ray's Podcast.

  • 01:00

    LatinoTalk Texas 2015 0010 GOP Quarrels Over Latino Issues

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    Today I read headlines that support my assertions that the Republican Party in Washington DC and here in Texas is at war with itself because the Republican Party deliberately acted to alienate the Latino vote and embrace the radical white supremacist Tanton Network motivated Tea Party. My assumption has been that the Republicans who try very hard during the campaign season to sound like Tea party types by touting harsh anti-immigration agendas like by the Tea party types by utterly offensive to Latinos then the Republicans, during the legislative season, try to fend off attacks on their leadership. Funny, how the GOP, knowing the Tea party types have knives aimed at their backs, continue to try and placate and pander to these racist bigots like Steve" The Bigot" King and his ilk like Pete Sessions of Alabama in the US Senate. It is both a foolish strategy by the Republicans and continues to be very offensive to Latinos in America. But I also read some news that indicates that some Republicans, like Greg Abbott of Texas, seem to have been able to recover some of those lost Latino votes. I note there are extenuating circumstances and also qualify that the gains Abbott found were only a small percentage. Finally, I read an expose' of the horrible conditions that meet young mothers and their children in the detention facilities of Immigration services of our nation under the dubious leadership of Obama. This expose' is very sad but also very important and I hope you all will read it. It is among the greatest tragedies affecting Latinos in America today. LatinoTalk Texas is news, issue and interviews important to Latinos in America. 

  • 01:01

    LatinoTalk Texas 2015, 0008 Immigration, Cuba & More Latino issues

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    Today's show including important essays by Leslie Sanchez, Alex Gonzalez and Alex Nowrasteh. Each has in depth analysis of the immigration debate and the political motivations behind it. Alex Gonzalez effectively defeats the "Secure the Border First with a fence!" policy of the anti-immigration bigots. Then Leslie Sanchez opines about the motivation behind Obama's executive action to reduce the horrendous hardships he had already cost many millions of Latinos in America. Why would he do that? Sanchez suspects it may be because some GOP types like Greg Abbott in Texas did rather well among Latinos in heavily Latino districts. Thus, her conclusion is that Obama and the Democrats may be in trouble with Latinos. Latinos Ready To Vote. I have my doubts about that but it is true that it appears some few Republicans did fairly well among some Latino sectors, most likely because the Democrat candidate was so liberal and radical that traditionally Democrat voting Latinos simply stayed home. Later, author David Whitehead Jr. called in to discuss Hispanic outreach among Republicans and he admits the existence of anti-Latino bias among Tea party types. I discuss how the evil Tanton Network, a radical environmentalist and white supremacist organization has injected their anti-immigration policies into the Republican Party via the Tea Parties. We didn't get to discuss the changes in policy concerning Cuba.

  • 01:01

    LatinoTalk Texas 2014, 0042 Texas & Latino Values

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    LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily independent political analysis from the Latino perspective.  On today's show I discussed a number of timely issues important Latinos and Latinos in Texas. First, I read an article from Latina.com that pointed out Latino celebrities that are not afraid to comment on political issues especially those important to other Latinos like Immigration Reform which this show favors greatly. Next, I discuss the insulting prospect that a conservative "news" outlet joked the murderess of Selena Quintanilla Perez would be released from prison. This is not true but remains personally insulting. I read an article from "Latinos Ready to Vote" outlining the religiosity of Mexicanos and Mexican Americans in America. No surprise the vast majority, like this show, are Catholic. Later, I mention that Texas Values is working on a number of morality issues in Texas and among them is the effort to defend Christmas and other religious expression which this show also supports. Another issue in the sights of Texas Values is the City of Plano, Texas that has passed a controversial "equal rights" ordinance. Opponents say it violates the First Amendment Freedom of Religion. I enter into a reminding discussion of my perception of the two major political forces in America. They are the Culture of Life and the Culture of Anti-Life or the Culture of Death. Because this show and the vast majority of Latinos are Catholic, we are among the Culture of Life and work to expose the Culture of Death and its means of undermining the Culture of Life. Lastly, I read two articles about Immigration Reform. One article from CNN and by an economist reports on the financial benefits of Immigration Reform which confirms what we have said for years. Lastly, another article articulates the political pitfalls the Republicans have now they have failed to act on Immigration Reform.

  • 00:37

    El Heraldo Informa / Enlace Latino

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    EL HERALDO INFORMA, ENLACE LATINO

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