Today Karma Chavez talks with Grisel Rodriguez, daughter of Nestora Salgado, the indigenous Mexican woman imprisoned for fighting state violence. Nestora Salgado is a naturalized U.S. born in Guerrero, Mexico. The indigenous activist moved to the United States in 1991, and returned two decades to help lead a rebellion against drug traffickers and corrupt local […]
What does the future hold for immigrants? What policy changes will the general election bring? Today host Yuri Raskin talks with author Margaret Regan to discuss her book “Detained and Deported: Stories of Immigrant Families Under Fire.”
Author and activist Hilary Klein’s new book is called “Companeras-Zapatista Women’s Stories.” Hilary’s speaking all over town this week, but her first stop is right here on the Monday Buzz.
It has been four months since 43 students went missing in Mexico’s Guerrero state. Who is to blame for the students disappearance? Listen to this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
Is art a distinct teaching tool of cultural expression? How does performance art draw on cultural heritages as a mode of agency among populations that have been displaced in the Americas? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find our more!
What’s going on in Mexico? How did 43 students disappear? What are the roles the global economy and NAFTA have played? How about border security? Immigration? Corruption on both sides of the border? Narco-trafficking? Listen to this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!