Last time we spoke with Sergio Gonzalez was in April of 2018, about the future of sanctuary cities. At the time, Sergio was finishing up his dissertation at the University […]
Sanctuary Cities & Immigration Reform
Last week, federal appeals courts in Pennsylvania, Illinois and California handed the Trump Administration a series of stinging defeats in their attempts to punish sanctuary cities. The Trump Administration had […]
Worker Justice in Wisconsin
Allen Ruff speaks with Becky Schigiel, Executive Director of Worker Justice Wisconsin, and local historian Sergio González, who is author of the recent Mexicans in Wisconsin. They discuss immigrants rights, […]
Mexicans in Wisconsin: Sergio Gonzalez Aims to Set Record Straight
In 1982, the Milwaukee Journal published a map of “Ethnic Groups in Wisconsin.” The map legend shows distinct colors for areas settled by people from the British Isles, Scandinavia, Eastern […]
The history of mexicans in wisconsin
Jan talks with Sergio Gonzalez, PhD candidate at the University of Wisconsin, about his upcoming historical book, “Mexicans in Wisconsin”, by the Wisconsin Historical Society Press. He will be holding […]
Bilingual Podcasts Tell History Of Madison’s Dual Language Immer...
Students at La Follette High School are making the final edits to a series of bilingual podcasts that tell the story of Madison’s first dual language immersion program–in the community’s own words. Sergio González speaks with WORT’s Darien Lamen about the project.