Tag Archives: #Children

April 19th, 2019: Baseball in the Dominican Republic

On this episode, the LMC explores both the exploitation and the perseverance of baseball in the Dominican Republic by spending the hour with Rob Ruck. He is a professor of History at the University of Pittsburgh and the author of, “Raceball: How the Major Leagues Colonized the Black and Latin Game.”

January 18th, 2019: Constitutional Crisis In Guatemala

Award-winning novelist and journalist Francisco Goldman speaks with the LMC about the ongoing constitutional crisis in Guatemala as current president Jimmy Morales continues to impede the work of the anti-corruption commission known as CICIG. Francisco Goldman is also the author of, “The Art of Political Murder: Who Killed the Bishop?”

Sept 28th, 2018: Japanese Peruvians

Most people know about the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II. However, few people know about a secret US program that kidnapped and imprisoned Japanese Peruvians, taken from Peru to the US. On this episode, the LMC speaks with Mary Jo McConahay about this secret history of Japanese Peruvians, one of the largest Japanese communities in Latin America. Mary Jo McConahay is the author of “The Tango War:The Struggle for the Hearts, Minds, and Riches of Latin America during WWII.”