Tag Archives: #HumanRights

May Day 2020 Special: Food Workers & The Coronavirus Pandemic

On a special May Day 2020 episode, the LMC speaks with Angela Stuesse about the challenges facing immigrant workers in the meat-processing and farming industry regarding safer working conditions and human rights during the Coronavirus pandemic. Angela Stuesse is a Cultural Anthropologist @ the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. She is also the author of, “Scratching Out a Living: Latinos, Race, and Work in the Deep South.”

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.

August 3rd, 2018: Argentina’s Stolen Children

On this episode, the LMC speaks with Uki Goni about the history of Nazi-inspired Argentine generals stealing babies from dissidents and how it’s relevant to the Trump administration’s zero tolerance policy today. Uki Goni is the author of, “The Real Odessa: How Peron Brought the Nazi War Criminals to Argentina.”