Wednesday 29th 2009
Barrack Obama, First 100 Days: Focus Latin America
Miguel Tinker Salas, Arango Professor of History at Pomona College and Gloria La
Riva, with National Committee to Free the Cuban Five addressed President Barrack
Obama’s recent meetings with Latin American leaders and provided analysis of prospective
Pedagogy or Politics?
On this week’s installment John Cromshow interviews David Sanchez, President of the
California Teachers Association about Propositions 1 A-F on the May 19 ballot.
Ron Gochez from www.immigrationcoalition.org addressed upcoming May Day events.
For more info click the link or call 323-602-3480.
TMR Producer Tanya Selig spoke of volunteerism and training for upcoming Hunger
Action Day May 20th, 2009. For more info go to:
www.hungeractionla.com or call 213- 388-8228.
Arlene Inouye of Coalition Against Militarism in Our Schools (CAMS) provided a weekly
commentary on military recruitment, the Immigration Marcha and the Dream Act.
Greg Esparza is lead singer of Thee Midniters, the legendary rock band from East LA. He
spoke of intergenerational music interests and about an upcoming concert May 2nd, 2009
@ 7th Street Chophouse, 465 W. 7th Street, San Pedro, CA 90731. For info go to
www.myspace.com/gregorio. Or call 562-896-3606.
The Morning Review is engineered by Nadia Richardson and produced by Angela Ruiz,
Tanya Selig, Claudia Chinchilla, and Gabriel Gutiérrez. Special thanks to Fernando
Velazquez for technical assistance and the Center for the Study of the Peoples of the
Americas(CESPA) at CSU Northridge. Email us at email@example.com.