Category Archives: Central America

Nov 30th, 2018: Undocumented & LGBTQ pt 2

The undocumented LGBTQ community is a marginalized group within a marginalized group. Freelance writer Giuliani Alvarenga speaks with the LMC about both the latest on the migrant caravan story and how the LGBQT community continues its struggle for their rights, both in the US and in Central America.

Nov 16th, 2018: Honduran Migrant Caravan, Fact vs Fiction

While the spotlight on the migrant caravan from Honduras has dimmed, the LMC tries to shed light on what US corporate media missed or got completely wrong. On this episode, the LMC speaks with Suyapa Portillo to set the record straight on the fact vs fiction on Honduras and the migrant caravan. Suyapa Portillo is an assistant professor of Chicano & Latino studies @ Pitzer College in Claremont, Ca.

August 24th, 2018: Oscar Romero for Sainthood

Thirty-eight years after his assassination, Salvadoran archbishop Oscar Romero is being canonized for sainthood. The LMC speaks with Michael E Lee about the significance of this event for El Salvador and Liberation Theology. Michael E Lee is an associate professor of Theology and Latin American studies at Fordham University. He is also the author of “Revolutionary Saint: The Theological Legacy of Oscar Romero.”