Fronteras

Mallory Falk

This week on Fronteras:

  • Rural West Texans scramble to try to find affordable health care. 
  • Border Patrol finds Guatemalans freezing at border (4:54). 
  • The Los Angeles Times uncovers corruption in Mexico’s housing developments (5:47). 
  • At a border reunion, a 14-year old boy gets an endearing birthday present (15:46).


Photo credit: Brandon Quester / inewsource

This week on Fronteras:

  • A look at the history of U.S. efforts to contain immigration and drug smuggling with barriers on our southern border with Mexico. (0:00)
  • Latinos say they continue to experience discrimination when trying to buy houses or rent homes. (4:28)
  • In Albuquerque, the Pueblo Film Festival presents a more realistic view of Native American stories. (8:56)
  • As San Antonio’s Tricentennial approaches, people are digging into their Spanish roots. (12:51)


Gabriel Wer

This week on Fronteras: 

  • Corruption in Guatemala threatens to derail U.S. efforts to discourage migration – efforts that citizens support.  [0:00]
  • San Antonio prepares arguments against SB4 for appeals court.  [5:09]
  • The story of a Houston Dreamer finding it hard to dream while coping with the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and the end of DACA.  [6:30]
  • Why the work of an American artist is on display at a museum in Tijuana for the first time in 15 years. [11:25]
  • A look into the life of conjunto accordion queen Eva Ybarra.  [15:35]

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.

Katie Schoolov / KPBS

This week on Fronteras:  

  • After five officers are gunned down in Dallas, an interfaith memorial service inspires thought provoking remarks from the president.  

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