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Puerto Rican Singer-Songwriter iLe On The Music Of Protest
From the news
Aired 9 months ago 79:44
One year ago, Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, but U.S. colonialism prepared the ground for the deadly crisis. Journalist Juan González exposes how Wall Street, the bipartisan Washington political machine, and climate change conspired to kill thousands of Puerto Ricans. The Intercept’s Naomi Klein outlines the neoliberal economic attack on Puerto Rico and a shock doctrine in motion. Puerto Rican musician Ileana Mercedes Cabra Joglar, better known as iLe, talks about her new song, "Odio" and the struggle for Puerto Rican independence.
Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
Aired 11 months ago 40:20
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Revolution
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez made history this November, when she became the youngest woman ever elected to the United States Congress. In this episode, Maria and Julio are joined the 29-year old Latina from the Bronx for whom “community is a priority.” ITT Staff Picks: How some Democrats are rethinking their own party. Learn more about what Alexandria mentioned: that 60% Puerto Ricans were denied FEMA aid and why. The thrill of watching Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez bring her whole self to Congress, via Vox.
In The Thick
Aired 5 months ago 54:14
You Don't Know Latino
...is of Puerto Ricans because I've got I've got a couple of Puerto Rican friends here in northern Virginia. We'll we'll go...