La Raza Chronicles
7PM Pacific Time: Tuesdays
A weekly Latino affairs magazine program with a local and international focus, highlighting the social, political and cultural events affecting the Latino community.
La Raza pays tribute to Visionary Women on this International Women’s Day. Interviews with women artists, commentary by an elder, music and poetry. Hosted by Nicte Ordonez.
Kicking off womyns month. La Raza takes a look at womyn of color organizing for reproductive rights. The womyn of color film festival is coming to town. A conversation with Aurora Sarabia about her film Chismosa y Manteca en Jealousy.
Voices of Latin Rock Directly from the Mission District in San Francisco, the explosive fusion of Latin, salsa and rock is chronicled in this 3 hour special Well be talking about the book that covers the stories of prominent Latin rock bands including Santana and Malo, examining in detail the pioneering records and the ways … Continued
La Raza takes a look at the death penalty with a speech by Sr. Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking and most recently, The Death of Innocents. Well also interview re-known Chicano graphic artist, Malaquias Montoya who recently published a book of his collection: Premeditated: Meditations on Capital Punishment.
La Raza Chronicles presents human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner, Rigoberta Menchu from Guatemala.
Host Louie Duran discusses education and the Education Summit coming up in February.