Articles from July 2013
Over 100 immigrant activists protested against President Obama’s administration’s deportation proceedings at the San Ysidro, Calif., port of entry.
Protesters gathered Sunday morning at the San Ysidro entry point at the San Diego-Tijuana border. It’s the world’s busiest “Land Port of Entry,” (LPOE) with 75,000 vehicles passing through daily.
About 100 people today are staging a protest at the San Ysidro crossing of the U.S.-Mexico border to protest deportation policies, they say, are splitting families apart. And three young activists tell us how this matters to them.
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For the month of August, we will be packing La Burbuja and heading to MacArthur Park. Location? CARECEN, an organization deep roots in the community dating back to 1983.
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Like many other Angelenos, Alba Hernandez’s parents met here. Her father is from El Salvador. Her mother, from Guatemala. Both moved here for different reasons. So we ask you, why did you leave?
The Latin Alternative Music Conference (LAMC) closed last night, and we have a long distance hang-over. But don’t worry, this blog post has the next best thing. KCRW brings you the best of LAMC in your headphones and
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Rosa Alatore, originaria de un pueblo llamado Valle de Guadalupe en Jalisco, México, vino a los Estados Unidos cuando su padre decidió mudarse para el Norte. Pero después de estar unos meses viviendo en Santa Monica, California, una historia de amor se desarrolló.