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01/31/18 Fanny Miller – Editor of “El Latino”, Business owner, Activist and Mother

Fanny Miller is the CEO of El Latino the number one Hispanic newspaper in California and the largest Spanish Language newspaper in California. She is also the President of the National Association of the National Association of Hispanic Publications. Fanny was born in Columbia to two parents that were drug abusers. Fanny saw a lot [...]

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01/24/18 LISC and Affordable Housing

My guest is Ricardo Flores CEO with the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC). Ricardo was born in City Heights and his office is located there. His educational background was in Media . He speaks of City Heights as a diverse community that has many cultures to share with the greater San Diego community. This area [...]

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01/17/18 Mike Nave, MECHA President and Brown Beret

Mike Nave was raised by his grandparents in Logan Heights. At the age of eight he worked at Guadalupe Market as small grocery store owned by his grand parents. He attended Our Lady of Guadalupe school until the 5th grade. At that point they sent him to Tijuana to attend school. Every day they would [...]

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01/10/18 Marketing in the Multicultural Community at the Del Mar Fairgrounds

Luis Valdivia is the Multicultural Marketing specialist for the Del Mar Fair grounds. He brings a cross border experience to this job as well as his business experience from the time he was a young man. His current employment involves working with every community in San Diego. His Childhood and youth was spent in Tijuana [...]

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12/20/17 Jimmy Patino, Author of “Raza Si, Migra No”. Chicano Political History

Jimmy Patino is as assistant professor for the Department of Chicano/Latino Studies at the University of Minnesota. Jimmy is a several generation Texan that grew up in Houston. He has also written a pleathera of articles about the Chicano movement. He attended a school with a majority of Anglo students. He did experience police harassment [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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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