audio by subject 2009
60:37 minutes (55.5 MB)
MEXICO EDITION Three years after the historic immigrant marches began in the United States, and after giving their vote to President Barack Obama, Latino groups reflect on how to readdress immigration reform with the new president in a global economic crisis, in which unemployment of Latinos doubled from January to February, reaching 4.4 million lost jobs. Martha Elena Ramírez hosts this edition of the Voz Pública series from Mexico City.
Guest: Víctor M. Cortes, author, 10 de Marzo, La Marcha, Chicago, IL, http://ferialibrochicago.blogspot.com.
61:02 minutes (55.89 MB)
MEXICO EDITION. Mexico gets back to normal after suffering billions in losses due to the flu epidemic. The federal government announces tax credits and benefits for impacted businesses and Mexico City provides unemployment assistance to workers in the tourism and service area. Health authorities are now warning about a new outbreak of the H1N1 virus.
Guests: Doctora Susana López Charretón del Instituto de Biotecnología de la UNAM, y Dr. José Jesús Trujillo, Director de Vigilancia e Inteligencia Epidemiológica de la Secretaría de Salud del Gobierno del DF.