Category Archives: Beyond Latinx

January 17th, 2020: Guam vs Global Warming

The threat of global warming is now for the former Spanish colony of Guam. Not a few decades or generations into the future, but now. So the LMC speaks with Chamorro rights activist and writer Leilani Ganser about how Guam is fighting two fronts; the threat of global warming and how US colonialism stands in the way.

The LMC’s Best of 2019

The LMC crew wraps up 2019 by discussing some of the best shows done during the year. Join LMC host Oscar Fernandez, co-producer Abby Roberts, and LMC founder Norberto Martinez as they look back on a decade of social justice in Latin America and the continued fight that lies ahead in 2020.

December 6th, 2019: What The Bible Says About Immigration

What does the Bible say about the immigrant, the refugee, the asylum seeker, the stranger? Can we find some degree of compassion and respect for immigrants in the Bible that is often denied in recent times? Robert Lassalle-Klein, Professor of Religious Studies & Philosophy @ Holy Names University in Oakland, CA, speaks with the LMC about seeking guidance from the Bible during unprecedented times of racism & xenophobia.