Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, 26-year-old daughter Civia Hernández has been working to adapt and bring the farm online, to survive in this new world.
In this latest episode of Latino Rebels Radio, Amanda Alcántara welcomes back Paula Ávila-Guillén, human rights lawyer and director of Latin America Initiatives for the Women’s Equality Center.
For this episode of Latino Rebels Radio, host Julio Ricardo Varela talks with La Morada’s Yajaira Saavedra about why the restaurant went public about their decision.
For this episode of Latino Rebels Radio, host Julio Ricardo Varela welcomes human rights activist Pedro Julio Serrano.
From Texas, the story of two Latino-owned businesses who have been trying to access relief funds and have come up short in a very crucial moment for their businesses.
Just across the Mystic River from Boston is the city that has the highest per capita rate of infection in Massachusetts. It’s the city of Chelsea.
Latino Rebels Radio: April 26, 2020
In this episode of Latino USA, Maria Hinojosa sits down with John Paul Brammer to talk about giving advice in the midst of a historic pandemic, and later he answers questions from the show’s listeners.
“So, more tests and less corruption, because we don’t know how people are stealing money in the middle of a pandemic,” one masked protester said.
One of the Boston Area’s Latino Immigrant Cities Is the Epicenter of the COVID-19 Crisis in Massachusetts
Latino Rebels Radio: April 10, 2020