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Breaking the Secrecy debuts on CRNLive!

Tweet On Saturday 18, 2017 CRNLive rolled out its new special program “Breaking the Secrecy” to an enthusiastic listenership response. The first show featured a domestic violence survivor Julie Rae Dumas. Julie opens to a past of domestic violence that nearly costed her life. To many this is a pattern of violence too close to […]

Chicano Radio Network announces the launch of Studio B on September 29, 2016

Tweet Telephone 909-965-3695 Joe Ortiz & Associates Public Relations Email [email protected] Website http://www.CRNLive.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Frank Mills Miranda: A Radio Icon Who Broadcasts All Things Chicano Worldwide Los Angeles, California – Little did he realize when he was five years old that Frank Mills Miranda would become an international Chicano radio icon. As fate […]

“Young Latino Artists 21: [email protected]” at Mexic-Arte Museum

Tweet This exhibit is about being Mexican-American, but it will make things happen for you whatever your ethnicity REVIEWED BY SAM ANDERSON-RAMOS, FRI., JULY 15, 2016 I’m Mexican-American, but I don’t know exactly what that means anymore. It seems to refer to the fact that my family is from Mexico. It also seems to have […]

CRNLive’s Studio B returning to the world in September 2016

Tweet Remember in the late 90’s when you stumbled across CRNLive for the first time? At the time we had studio B which became your headquarters for Chicano Rapp & Hip Hop? Well for years we have been bombarded with your requests to bring it back. Tune in September when we once again become your […]

Barrio Hollywood residents won!!! Tucson, Arizona

Tweet Barrio Hollywood residents won!!! Baldenegro, Salomon R – (baldenes) To Salomon R. Baldenegro Jul 19 at 12:09 PM Estimadas/os: This is a follow-up to my recent e-mail describing the events, re: Barrio Hollywood and the attempt to lessen the impact of Barrio Hollywood residents in favor of outsiders, and asked for your support of […]

POLITICAL SALSA Y MÁS with Salomon Baldenegro “CHICANO HISTORY WEEK?” – Should there be? Please give us your thoughts below..

Tweet January 18, 2015 by salomon Members of a Listserv I subscribe to were recently asked to lobby their respective legislatures to designate the week of February 2-8 as “Chicano History Week.” That week was chosen because the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo was signed on February 2, 1848, ending the Mexican-American War. With all due […]

LULAC Demands Resignations of Arizona State Representative John Kavanagh and Sheriff Joe Arpaio for Racially Charged Jokes Made During Roast for Arpaio

Tweet   Washington, D.C. – Today, LULAC Executive Director Brent Wilkes released the following statement in reaction to the racist remarks made by Arizona State Representative John Kavanagh at a roast for Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. “The racist comments regarding Latinos, Asians, and Muslims made during a roast for Sheriff Arpaio were morally reprehensible. […]

Americas Latino Eco Festival – Boulder & Denver SEPTEMBER 12-15, 2014

Tweet Boulder & Denver SEPTEMBER 12-15, 2014 Uniting diverse communities for a sustainable future highlighting Latinos long time readiness to lead this mission. The Americas Latino Festival unites diverse communities for a sustainable future and fosters a platform of dialogue and mobilization for a just society that ensures that everyone has access to a stable […]

Independent Voters to Republican Party: Halt Immigration Reform and We Will Halt Your Power in 2014 Elections

Tweet Phoenix, AZ — Republicans are warning President Obama that if he halts immigrant deportations then the GOP will halt immigration reform. But the Republican Party has already halted immigration reform as Mexican-Americans / Latinos, Women and Independent voters have noted it has been over 7 months since the Democratic-controlled Senate passed a historic comprehensive […]

House Passed Farm Bill will affect Latino Families

Tweet By Latinovations On Wednesday, the House of Representatives passed a long-awaited Farm Bill that will preserve crop subsidies, but cut food stamps, causing many Latino families to lose the primary source for feeding their families. “I know many of my colleagues would just like this whole farm bill issue to go away. They want […]