This episode examines the small African nation of Equatorial Guinea, the only Spanish-speaking nation in Africa. Very few Latinos are aware of their Spanish-speaking brothers and sisters in Africa. This episode hopes to change that as we speak with Tutu Alicante, Executive Director of egjustice.org
Nicole Phillips, staff attorney member for the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti, tells about recent developments of the Dominican Republic stripping people of Haitian descent of their citizenship. Amid a similar racist climate in the US, what should Americans learn about what the DR is doing regarding citizenship and racial identity.
An anti-govenment movement similar to the American Tea Party has emerged to in an attempt to challenge the Worker’s Party government in Brazil. Bryan Pitts, an assistant Prof of History @ Duke University, dissects the anti-govt movement by giving a greater frame of reference. It’s a history that includes economic, class, and racial divisions.