NuestraAmerica's podcast (general)
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Brian Erickson from the ACLU Regional Center for Border Rights discusses DHS’s recent decision to reward embattled for-profit prison company CCA with a contract to convert the Cibola County prison into an immigrant detention center. And Angie Junck with California-based Immigrant Legal Resource Center discusses the TRUTH ACT, a law recently signed by Gov. Jerry Brown to regulate and bring transparency to local jail participation in ICE deportation programs.  

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Steve Allen from the ACLU and Emily Kaltenbach from the Drug Policy Alliance discuss the state of criminal justice reform in New Mexico and the new statewide coalition NM SAFE that has emerged to promote fair, efficient and evidenced-based sentencing and public safety policies.

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We talk to Maria de Anda Hay from the Santa Fe Food Policy Council discusses World Food Day and the urban agricultural ordinance pending before the Santa Fe City Council. We also talk to Shiu-Ming Cheer from the National Immigration Law Center discusses AB 2298, The Gang Databases Act, recent legislation signed in California providing adults with the right to be notified and to challenge their inclusion by police into the state’s gang database.  

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New reports show a spike in the number of citizenship applications from immigrants across New Mexico. And our Somos members, through our Viva El Voto campaign, are hard at work helping eligible immigrants become U.S. citizens, registering new voters and getting out the vote in New Mexico's rural communities. We talk to Erika Contreras, Immigration Services for Immigrants Coordinator with the Colonias Development Council about our partnership in southeastern New Mexico and Berta Andrade, member of Somos Lea County, who just became a U.S. citizen and is registering new rural voters in Hobbs.


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For many years Enlace Comunitario has created a model for the rest of the state, and the country, for providing deep advocacy work and other crucial services to people in the Latinx immigrant community facing domestic violence. We talk to Antoinette Sedillo Lopez, Executive Director for Enlace Comunitario, about some of the issues our communities are facing but also what we they are doing to overcome them.

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