Ray Collazo and Elbert Garcia discuss the aftermath of the Grand Jury decision in Ferguson and how the reaction impacts the ongoing debate on policing and building community. When will the culture of ‘shoot to kill’ will stop?
The Latinos Talk Politics 2014 Midterms Special continues with today’s roundtable that includes Adriana Maestas, Melanie Mendez-Gonzales and Andres Ramirez. What is at stake for Latinos during this election cycle? And how should Latinos proceed towards advocating for Immigration Reform moving forward?
Political Commentators Patricia Guadalupe and the original Julio Varela join Host Rafael “Ray” Collazo to discuss the 2014 Mid-Term Elections. What is at stake for Latinos on Tuesday? Will the Senate change hands and how would that impact President Obama’s decision on Executive Action to address Immigration? And how should Hispanic voters express their frustration with Republican inaction and Obama’s delays?
Tocayos Rafael Alvarez and Rafael “Ray” Collazo eulogize Aye Bendito and discussed how to service others while holding them accountable to achieve greatness. Hear the lessons Alvarez shares through his experience in progressive politics and youth activism.
Rays Latino Talk Podcast Host Rafael “Ray” Collazo discusses the question “does Obama care about Latinos?” after this weekend’s announcement that Obama is breaking his promise to take Executive Action on Immigration.
Rays Podcast celebrates the success of Borinqueneers CGM Alliance and what Eric Cantor’s loss means to Immigration Reform: Latinos Talk Politics on Rays Podcast.
Recap of the week in Latino Politics. Analysis of hot elections impacting Latinos from the Gas Lamp District to Brick City; latest on Bridgegate, Immigration Reform & 2016 Presidential handicapping.
Latinas Represent on Latinos Talk Politics: Marnie Allen of LatinasRepresent.org discusses the alarming lack of Latina elected officials & how Latinas Represent is supporting Latina leaders to run for office coast to coast.
Latinos Talk Politics discuss what the legacy of Black history is to Latino Politics. And what is the state of the black/Latino political relationship today?