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11/29/17 The New Americans Museum

Linda Caballero Sotelo is the executive director of the New Americans Museum. Linda was born and raised in Tijuana, Mexico and started attending school s in San Diego when in third grade. Her mother and her sister provided the financial support for her to attend Catholic school. She experienced cultural shock not only because of [...]

By | November 29th, 2017|Vecinos, wsRadio Presents|0 Comments

11/15/17 A Life Time of Advocating for Human Rights

The guest for this show is Christian Ramirez a human right activist and director at Alliance San Diego. He was born in Mexico to middle class parents. His family moved to San Diego when Christian was 8 years old and diagnosed with childhood cancer. His parents made the difficult decision to move to San Diego. [...]

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11/08/17 From Mexico to UCSD – The Experience

Oscar Vazquez Mena and Maria Garcia co host this show on the experience to Chicanos have leaving home and attending UCSD. These two guest took different paths to reaching UCSD/ Joshua Castro is a third year college student in Nano Engineering and Miguel Moreno a 2nd year student in Nano Engineering. Joshua is from San [...]

By | November 1st, 2017|Vecinos, wsRadio Presents|Comments Off on 11/08/17 From Mexico to UCSD – The Experience

11/1/17 Writing about the History of the San Diego South Bay

Barbara Zaragoza grew up in San Francisco Bay area. She married a military man that that resulted in them being stationed in two locations that changed her life. The first location was San Ysidro Calif. the second one being Napoli, Italy. While in Napoli she started a blog telling other military families about what they [...]

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10/25/17 From the streets of Tijuana to being a journalist

There are three guest, Augie Bareno, Denise Romero, and author Fernando Romero. Mr. Romero is the author of the book THE COLOR OF EDEN. Fernando will be remembered as working for the series of articles he did about the crime in Tijuana. In this book his journey to his success is told by Fernando himself. [...]

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10/11/17 Chicano Studies at San Diego State University

This program deals with the Chicano Studies Program at San Diego State University. The guest at Dr. Isidro Ortiz and Dr. Roberto Hernandez. both of whom teach Chicano Studies at SDSU. Isidro grew up in Texas and Roberto from San Ysidro Calif. Both men come from families that encouraged education though they themselves did not [...]

By | October 11th, 2017|Vecinos, wsRadio Presents|Comments Off on 10/11/17 Chicano Studies at San Diego State University

09/20/17 Casa Cornelia Law Center

Our guest is Carmen Chavez CEO and attorney for Casa Conelia a non-profit immigration law center. Her mother was an activist that took Carmen and her brothers to demonstrations, picket lines and many community activities. At the age of 14 Carmen attended a Chicana leadership conference in Los Angeles and from that day forward she [...]

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09/13/17 San Diego Report on DACA – Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

This program discussed the current DACA program The three guest are Elizabeth Camarena Associate Director of Casa Cornelia, Yunen Mora Associate Attorney in the office of Lilia Velasquez and Alejandra Garcia herself a DACA recipient. The Presidents decision to do away with DACA has changed the hopes and dreams of over 800,000 recipients. Renewals must [...]

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09/06/17 Writing Historical Books on Latinos

The guest today is Dr. Ricardo Griswold de Castillo a former Chicano studies professor, an author, and an activist. Ricardo is the founder and chairperson for the Chicano archives at San Diego State University. Ricardo speaks of the difference between Cinco de Mayo and the Real Mexican Independence day (Sept 16.) Sept 16 is when [...]

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08/30/17 Photography in the Mexican American Community

My guest is Manuel (Memo) Cavada a photographer from National City. That description is much to simple to tell you about this artist. Memo is a war hero, has photographed President Reagan as well as poor villagers in the small cities of Mexico. Memo shares very frank stories about his life and the many stories [...]

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