Latinos Work For Climate Change

64 minutes

Found In Translation Episode 330: The Found In Translation Talk Show airs this week’s “Latinos Work For Climate Change” forum in Phoenix, Arizona featuring Congressman Ruben Gallego, Monica Villalobos of the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Supervisor Liz Archuleta, Gloria Montano of CHISPA, Sandy Whitley of the Citizen Climate Lobby, Meteorologist Iris Hermosillo and Victor Contreras of Chicanos Por La Causa. The panel discusses how to engage Latinos in the Climate Change movement and how Latinos in the workforce and small business sector can benefit from the Clean Energy Economy. As our Host Ray Collazo likes to say, “if you don’t have a planet, there isn’t much else to talk about.” Host Ray Collazo shares his thoughts on what President Trump’s latest outrageous statements mean for Americans and how we need to respond to the terror that lives inside our White House. Collazo also shares good news out of Oklahoma City (yes, Oklahoma) and  Tucson, Arizona. Our “Stacking 20s” segment pours a few out for Presidential candidates that have bit the dust and what the upcoming debates mean for the race.

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