Live From Philly Latino Film Festival

66 minutes

Rays Talk Show Episode 313: Hosts Ray Collazo and Yashira “Yaya” Rivera broadcast Live from the opening night of the Philadelphia Latino Film Festival. Collazo and Rivera are joined on the red carpet by festival organizers Marangeli Mejia-Rabell and Laiza Montanez to discuss the need to highlight Latino representation in film.

Collazo and Rivera also interview leaders Yvette Nunez and Fernando Torres about what the festival means to Latinos in Philadelphia. Torres also updates us on the TPS Bill moving through Congress that would grant temporary refugee status for Venezuelans fleeing the ongoing economic crisis.

Collazo provides his analysis of Bob Mueller’s comments this week and how that will impact the ongoing impeachment debate. Rivera updates us on the ongoing state restrictions on choice and what we can do to support women feeling targeted by these political attacks.

Podcast was broadcast as a radio program on WPPM 106.5FM PhillyCAM Radio. PhillyCAM is a media sponsor of the Philadelphia Latino Film Festival, which runs through June 2. http://www.phlaff.org

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