A Year Since the Murder of Berta Cáceres and the Poetry of Carlos Andrés Gómez (PODCAST)

Mar 5, 2017
11:28 PM

Julito and Sharis are back with a new Latino Rebels Radio episode this week. We start the show with Sharis’ recent visit to DC and an independent journalism conference that she attended for the Rebeldes.

Then, we spoke with Silvio Carrillo, nephew of slain Honduran activist Berta Cáceres, who told us how her memory lives on, one year after her death.

Later in the show, we welcomed back Carlos Andrés Gómez, who shared his latest poem, Where Are You Really From?, with us and talked about what it all means in the Age of Trump.