Fronteras

Fridays at 12 noon and Sundays at 9 p.m.

Fronteras is a Texas Public Radio program that explores the changing culture and demographics of the American Southwest. From Texas to New Mexico and California, Fronteras provides insight into life along the U.S.- Mexico border. Our stories examine unique regional issues affecting lifestyle, politics, economics, and the environmental landscape.

Andrew Schneider

  

This week on Fronteras: 

 

·         Texas cattle ranchers are closely watching President Trump’s actions on NAFTA.

 

·         The mayor of Santa Fe pledges to keep his city immigrant friendly.  

 

·         The wait to become a U.S. citizen can take a very long time for some, not others.

 

·         Many entertainers have taken a stage name but not Texas comedian Aaron Aryanpur, whose father migrated from Iran.   

 

·         House On Mango Street returns to Classic Theater

 

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This week on Fronteras:   

·         A federal judge rejects requests by federal agents to detain prisoners while their immigration status is checked.

·         San Diego leaders get a direct say in Mexican legislation pertaining to immigration.

·         What schools can and can’t do to accommodate students practicing their religious faiths.

·         Four UTSA students cross the Gulf of Mexico to Cuba - thanks to their forward thinking teacher.


 

·         The far reaching legacy of the young Texas singer known as Selena.  She died 22 years ago.

Will Mederski

 

This week on Fronteras:   

 

·         The U.S. Border Patrol enlists Trans-Pecos Pipeline workers to help catch drug smugglers.

 

·         The Department of Homeland Security is accepting bids to build President Trump’s proposed U.S. –Mexico Border Wall.

Reynaldo Leaños, Jr.

  This week on Fronteras:   

 

·         The Trump administration’s deportation policies reportedly have some unauthorized immigrants fleeing the country to avoid arrest.

 

·         Undocumented parents worried about deportation take action to protect their children in case that happens.

 

·         The ACLU in San Diego files suit against the federal government for detaining immigrants for months without a hearing.

 

·         A look at what happened when Alabama passed a tough immigration law.

  

This week on Fronteras:   

 

·         The president’s crack down on undocumented immigrants targets a Houston taco truck owner who was living the American dream.

 

·         Critics of the new travel ban that cuts the number of refugees allowed into the U.S. say it sends the wrong message.

 

·         Marchers in support of President Trump draw protesters.

 

·         Mexico’s Consul General warns Texas has a lot to lose if President Trump revamps NAFTA.

 

·         How dismantling NAFTA would impact avocado sales.

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