Tutu Alicante, the executive director of EG Justice, returns to the LMC to discuss the lastest on Equatorial Guinea, the only Spanish-speaking republic in Africa. He discusses the influence ExxonMobil has on his country, the strange connection between his country and current US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, and Michael Jackson…yes, that Michael Jackson.
This week, we speak with Caitlin Fouratt, a professor of International Studies @ Cal State Univ, Long Beach. She talks about the surprising rise of xenophobia in Costa Rica towards Nicaraguan migrants & how it debunks the myth of Costa Rica as the “Switzerland” of Latin America.
In the lead up to the May Day rally in DC and across the country, we speak with Rommel Sandino, community organizer with Casa In Action about the importance of both immigrant rights and worker’s rights. Learn more about Casa In Action @ casainaction.org/