Loreto Rojas

Host

10/20/20: The fourth installment of Talking About California features Professor Alvaro Huerta, Associate Professor of Urban & Regional Planning (URP) and Ethnic & Women's Studies (EWS) at California State Polytechnic University in Pomona. Huerta talks about growing up in an East LA barrio, and connects immigration, poverty, racism, and police brutality in order to explain the relevance of the BLM movement to the Latinx community.

10/6/20: Loreto Rojas and Cal Winslow host the third installment of a four-part series in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, featuring Maria Rendon, Professor of Sociology at UC Irvine. Professor Rendon is the author of "Stagnant Dreamers: How the Inner City Shapes the integration of Second Generation Latinos." She discusses the implication of the Black Lives Matter movement on Latino youth.

9/29/20: Part 2 features a conversation with Professor Alex Vitale of Brooklyn College, author of “The End of Policing” and one of the leading voices for police reform.

9/22/20: Part 1, a conversation with UCLA Professor Chris Zepeda-Millan, Associate Professor of Public Policy, Chicano and Central American Studies.

Join Loreto Rojas and Cal Winslow on Talking About California, as they discuss the New Deal with Richard Walker, Professor Emeritus of Geography at the University of California Berkeley.

Bardis Vakili is a Senior Staff Attorney, at ACLU San Diego.

Join Loreto Rojas for part 4 of a 4 part series in recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month. Her guest is Professor Diana Coryat, as they discuss recent events in Ecuador.

Join Loreto Rojas and Cal Winslow for part 3 of a 4 part series in recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month. There guest is Rachel De La Cruz, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of History at the University of California, Irvine. She studies refugees and internally displaced families and communities in Central and North America.

Join Loreto Rojas and Cal Winslow for part 2 of a 4 part series in recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month. Their guest will be Dr. Irene Vega from U.C. Irvine, who will discuss immigration politics and enforcement at the U.S.-Mexico border. Dr. Vega will explore the concept of CRIMMIGRATION, the convergence of immigration and criminal law.

Loreto Rojas & Cal Winslow will present a 4-part series for Hispanic Heritage Month focusing on the crisis at the United States-Mexico border and the legal challenges to the Trump administration to end the ongoing human rights abuses there.

The first guest will be Rocio Rosales, Assistant Professor of Sociology at UC Irvine’s School of Social Sciences, about her research on immigrant detention, race and international migration.

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