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.
Immigration is also a climate issue. On this episode, the LMC speaks with Josue De Luna Navarro about the growing impact of global warming in Latin America as it pertains to human migration. Josue De Luna Navarro is the New Mexico Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies.
Following one of the largest immigration ICE raids in years, the LMC speaks w Angela Stuesse about the recent history of Mississippi’s Latino community and how labor exploitation by the states food-processing industry brought them there. Angela Stuesse is an anthropologist at the University of North Carolina and the author of “Scratching Out A Living: Race & Work In The Deep South.”