On the 10th anniversary of the parliamentary coup against Fernando Lugo, the LMC spends the hour with freelance writer Norma Flores Allende on the historic challenges the Paraguayan left faces in a tightly controlled, one-party state.
Even after President Obama first announced the creation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program 10 years ago on June 15, a state of limbo and uncertainty is still a constant for the thousands of recipients who initially thought the program would be the first step on their path to permanency in the […]
Three Testimonies to Congressional Committee Show Clearly Different Views on Puerto Rico Status Act Discussion Draft
Over the weekend, Latino Rebels received testimonies from three speakers, each representing a different take on the status question and the discussion draft bill. We are sharing each testimony here to show the broad political spectrum this discussion draft debate represents.
Futuro Media Receives Major Grant from Mellon Foundation to Support Sequels of Original Podcast Series
Pulitzer Prize winner “Suave” and dual-language “La Brega” will continue with second seasons.
The Pulitzer Prizes announced the winners of the 2022 awards, naming the podcast series “Suave” from Futuro Studios and public media organization PRX as the winner in the Audio Reporting category. “Suave” is a seven-part podcast series about the criminal justice system that sentences juveniles to life in prison —particularly young men of color— and what happens when, decades later, they’re suddenly granted […]
On the 20th anniversary month of a U.S.-supported coup in Venezuela that shook the foundation of Latin American politics, Latino Rebels Radio host Julio Ricardo Varela examines the legacy of Chavismo with Alejandro Velasco —New York University historian and former executive editor of the North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA)—to take stock and discuss […]