Latin Pulse: 3.16.2012

This week, Latin Pulse provides a special focus on the issue of immigration. Some of the interviews in this week's program were gathered remotely during our recent trip to Guatemala. So the program includes points of view about immigration from Central America, Mexico and the United States. Issues include the impact of immigration on the environment and rural resources, and also how deportation affects communities in both the United States and Guatemala. The news segment of the program covers the continuing controversy over illegal mining in Peru.

In-Depth Interviews:
Susan Kandel of PRISMA & Mario Bronfman of the Ford Foundation - Mexico City, and
Elizabeth Oglesby of the University of Arizona.

Executive Producer: Rick Rockwell

Associate Producer: Lydia Beyoud

(To download or stream this podcast, click here.)

(The program is 30 minutes in length and the file size is 28 MB.)

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