This week’s program includes:
Julieta Kusnir’s interview with the spokesperson Maria Jose Calderon of the University California in Berkeley’s solidarity movement with the protesting high school and College student in Chile of the last 3 months. Chilean students are demanding free quality education for all.
Nina Serrano's conversations with international Bay Area cultural leaders: musicians, MamaCoAtl, and Ana Nitmar who share their songs; and painter/print maker, Calixto Robles speaking about his work; and poet-scholar, Rafael Jesús González who reads his poems accompanied by Gerardo Marin on flute.
News, music, conversation, interview and poetry what could be better? Listen and enjoy!
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La Raza Chronicles - Tuesday, September 6, 2011
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La Raza Chronicles- Tuesday, September 6, 2011
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