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COVID Restrictions Lifted, but Challenges Persist for Disability Community
Maria Town, President and CEO of the American Association of People with Disabilities, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss the effects of COVID-19 on people with disabilities, and efforts to lobby for stronger COVID-19 protections for people who are high-risk and living with a disability.
Children in the Fields: Protections for America’s Child Farmworkers
Sally Greenberg, Executive Director of the National Consumers League, joins host Tetiana Anderson to share the dangers facing child farmworkers in the U.S., and the CARE Act — legislation that would provide child farmworkers with important protections.
What is the Metaverse? Keeping Kids Safe in the Digital World
Stephen Balkam, Founder and CEO of the Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI), joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss what parents need to know to keep their children safe in the digital world.
Disability: A Competitive Advantage for Businesses
Diego Mariscal, Founder, CEO, and Chief Disabled Officer of 2Gether-International, joins host Tetiana Anderson to share how the entrepreneurial mindset of people with disabilities can be a competitive advantage for businesses.
Advancing Accessibility of At-Home Medical Tests
Clark Rachfal, Director of Advocacy and Governmental Affairs for the American Council of the Blind, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss the impact of the lack of accessible COVID-19 testing on the blind and low-vision community, and efforts to ensure health care and medical systems are accessible for everyone.
Pepe Serna: Breaking Barriers for Latinos in Film and TV
The American Dream: Boosting Latino Economic Power
Lucy Perez, Senior Partner at McKinsey & Company, joins host Liliana Henao Holmes to discuss the economic state of Latinos in the U.S. and opportunities to ensure Latino workers and entrepreneurs reach their full economic potential.
Digital Equity: Preparing Latinos for the Workforce of Tomorrow
Frankie Miranda, President and CEO of the Hispanic Federation, joins host Liliana Henao Holmes for a conversation on the causes of this gap, and an initiative aimed at boosting digital skills and providing workforce training in the Latino community.
Paying It Forward: Supporting Americas Hispanic Veterans
Danny Vargas, CEO, founder, and chairman of the American Latino Veterans Association, joins host Liliana Henao Holmes to discuss the contributions of Latinos serving in the U.S. military and efforts to help Latino veterans thrive following their service.
Pepe Serna: Rompiendo Barreras para los Latinos en Cine y Televisión
El Sueño Americano: Aumentar el Poder Económico Latino
Lucy Pérez, de la compañía asesora McKinsey & Company, se une a la presentadora Liliana Henao Holmes para analizar el estado económico de los latinos en los Estados Unidos y las oportunidades para garantizar que los trabajadores y empresarios latinos alcancen su máximo potencial económico.
Igualdad Digital: Preparando Latinos para la Fuerza Laboral del Mañana
Frankie Miranda, presidente y director ejecutivo de la Federación Hispana, se une a la presentadora Liliana Henao Holmes para charlar sobre las causas de esta brecha y de una iniciativa destinada a impulsar las habilidades digitales y brindar capacitación laboral a la población latina.
Devolviendo el Favor: Apoyando a los Veteranos Hispanos de Estados Unidos
Danny Vargas, director ejecutivo, fundador y presidente de la Asociación Americana de Veteranos Latinos, se une a la presentadora Liliana Henao Holmes para hablar de las contribuciones de los latinos que sirven en las fuerzas armadas de los Estados Unidos, y los esfuerzos para ayudar a los veteranos latinos a prosperar después de su servicio.
Freedom Ride to Houston
Groups of white and Black civil rights activists boarded buses together in "freedom rides" to protest segregation in public transit. They were often confronted by arresting police officers — and violence from white protestors.
On August 12, 1961, after participating in nonviolence trainings, eleven college students from California joined the Freedom Riders movement and boarded a train to Houston. Upon arrival, they joined with students from Texas Southern University to desegregate the coffee shop at Houston’s Union Station.
Who is Vincent Chin? The Case That Changed Asian American History
Forty years since the murder of Vincent Chin, civil rights activist, author, and journalist Helen Zia joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss how this racially motivated hate crime fueled a national movement for Asian American rights and justice.
988: A New Lifeline for People in Crisis
Carlean Ponder, Director of Disability Rights and Housing Policy for The Arc, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss 988 – a new dialing code that connects people in crisis to trained mental health professionals and resources.