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082 - Assembly member Rudy Salas and the issues that affect the 32nd District

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Assembly Member Rudy Salas represents the 32nd Assembly District and has been responsible for passing legislation that support disabled Veterans, bringing clean drinking water to the Valley and combating human trafficking. website: https://a32.asmdc.org Get social with us here: Webpage, Facebook, Instagram, Contact Us

38mins

18 Feb 2021

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Sojourner Truth Radio: January 27, 2021 - Venezuela, African Migrants, Rudy Salas

Sojourner Truth Radio

Today on Sojourner Truth:The latest on Venezuela as all eyes are on the Biden administration to see if he will continue the previous administration's efforts at regime change to regain U.S. control and influence in that oil-rich nation. This, even as European Union states have withdrawn their recognition of Juan Guaido as interim "president" of Venezuela. In 2019, Guaido declared himself "president," despite the fact that Venezuela already has a democratically-elected president, Nicolas Maduro. What is the situation now, given the recent election results in Venezuela? What is the impact of COVID-19 on that nation? What steps is the government taking to confront the austerity imposed in part as a result of US and EU sanctions? Our guest is Ricardo Vaz, is a writer and editor at Venezuela Analysis, an independent website produced by individuals who are dedicated to disseminating news and analysis about the current political situation in Venezuela. Ricardo is based in Venezuela.Nana Gyamfi joins us to discuss what's going on with Black immigrants in the United States and deportations. Across the nation of Mexico, thousands of African and African-descended immigrants from Nigeria, Cameroon, Ghana, Gabon, The Congo, Haiti, and elsewhere, are stranded as they are being denied entry to the United States. Many of them are mothers, children and young men, and they often face violence from criminal groups exploiting their vulnerable situations. Also, a report on the International Commission of Inquiry on Systemic Racist Police Violence against People of African Descent in the United States. Nana Gyamfi is an attorney, consultant, educator, activist, the Executive Director of Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI), and the President of the National Conference of Black Lawyers.Also, we remember Rudy Salas, founding member of the Chicano R&B band Tierra, who passed away on December 29, 2020. We speak with his brother, Steve Salas, who co-founded Tierra along with Rudy.

58mins

27 Jan 2021

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Remembering Rudy Salas Of 'Tierra' With Steve Salas

Sojourner Truth Radio

Today on Sojourner Truth:The latest on Venezuela as all eyes are on the Biden administration to see if he will continue the previous administration's efforts at regime change to regain U.S. control and influence in that oil-rich nation. This, even as European Union states have withdrawn their recognition of Juan Guaido as interim "president" of Venezuela. In 2019, Guaido declared himself "president," despite the fact that Venezuela already has a democratically-elected president, Nicolas Maduro. What is the situation now, given the recent election results in Venezuela? What is the impact of COVID-19 on that nation? What steps is the government taking to confront the austerity imposed in part as a result of US and EU sanctions? Our guest is Ricardo Vaz, is a writer and editor at Venezuela Analysis, an independent website produced by individuals who are dedicated to disseminating news and analysis about the current political situation in Venezuela. Ricardo is based in Venezuela.Nana Gyamfi joins us to discuss what's going on with Black immigrants in the United States and deportations. Across the nation of Mexico, thousands of African and African-descended immigrants from Nigeria, Cameroon, Ghana, Gabon, The Congo, Haiti, and elsewhere, are stranded as they are being denied entry to the United States. Many of them are mothers, children and young men, and they often face violence from criminal groups exploiting their vulnerable situations. Also, a report on the International Commission of Inquiry on Systemic Racist Police Violence against People of African Descent in the United States. Nana Gyamfi is an attorney, consultant, educator, activist, the Executive Director of Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI), and the President of the National Conference of Black Lawyers.Also, we remember Rudy Salas, founding member of the Chicano R&B band Tierra, who passed away on December 29, 2020. We speak with his brother, Steve Salas, who co-founded Tierra along with Rudy.

6mins

27 Jan 2021

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Interview with Tierra - Rudy Salas (117)

Mas Chingon Radio Podcast (Tejano)

* Tierra - Merry Christmas My Love * Tierra feat. JD - I'm So Young * Tierra - Together

50mins

6 Dec 2020

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Episode 9 - Rudy Salas

Delano Podcast News

Episode 9 features Assemblymember Rudy Salas. Rudy is running for re-election for the 32nd Assembly District.

12mins

8 Nov 2018