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This edition: Lo Mejor de la Temporada 10/Best of Season 10

Episode Details

Original tape date: August 13, 2015.

First aired: August 13, 2015.

Iniciamos este episodio en Queens conversando con Ximena Roca, una joven cantante nacida en Nueva York quien gracias a la influencia de su padre, interpreta la música mariachi con profundo respeto por las raíces este género musical.
En Manhattan Patricio Lerzundi visita a Guillermo Chacón, Presidente de la Comisión Latina sobre el SIDA. Chacón explica cómo el estigma, la pobreza y el estatus migratorio, crean grandes retos para resolver la crisis del VIH en la comunidad latina.
Durante la Conferencia de Musica Latina Alternativa, hablamos con la cantante chilena-francesa Anita Tijoux, considerada por la revista The Rolling Stones como la "mejor rapera en español".
En el Bronx visitamos la Academia de Green Workers Cooperative, una organización que promueve las cooperativas y prepara a grupos para aventurarse en este modelo de negocio donde todos los trabajadores son dueños.
En Brooklyn, Carmen Boullosa habla con la cineasta estadounidense Pamela Yates sobre cómo sus películas son una permanente búsqueda de verdad y justicia.
Finalizamos en Queens con Yolanda Henao, una madre y abuela colombiana que inmigró a Nueva York hace mas de 15 años. Yolanda nos habla de la perdida de tres hijos por la violencia, del deseo de conocer a sus nietos y de la importancia de una reforma migratoria.
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We begin this episode in Queens, speaking with Ximena Roca, a young singer born in New York who, thanks to her father's influence, sings mariachi music with a deep respect for its roots.
In Manhattan, Patricio Lerzundi visits Guillermo Chacón, President of the Latino Commission on AIDS. Chacón explains how stigma, poverty and immigrant status pose great challenges to resolving the HIV crisis among the Latino population.
During the Latin Alternative Music Conference, we spoke with French-Chilean singer Anita Tijoux, considered by Rolling Stone magazine the best rapper in Spanish.
In the Bronx, we visit the Academy at Green Worker Cooperatives, an organization that promotes cooperatives and prepares groups to venture out using this business model in which all workers are owners.
In Brooklyn, Carmen Boullosa speaks with American filmmaker Pamela Yates about how her movies are a constant search for truth and justice.
Finally, we go to Queens to speak with Yolanda Henao, a Colombian mother and grandmother who immigrated to New York more than 15 years ago. Yolanda speaks to us about the loss of three sons to violence, about her desire to meet her grandchildren and about the importance of an immigration reform.

Guest List

Maria del Carmen Arroyo NYC Council Member, District 17

Carmen Boullosa Escritora, City College/CUNY

Guillermo Chacón Director, Latino Comission on AIDS

Ana Escalante Estudiante, Green Workers Coop

Omar Freilla Founder & Coordinator, Green Worker Cooperative

Yolanda Henao

Prof. Patricio Lerzundi Profesor, Lehman College/CUNY

Maria Ramos Estudiante, Green Workers Coop

German Roca Padre / Manager de Ximena Roca

Ximena Roca Cantante / Compositora Mariachi

Ana Tijoux Rapera

Pamela Yates Cineasta

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