¿Qué Pasa, Midwest?

Credit Brian Tenbarge

  

¿Qué Pasa, Midwest? is a bilingual podcast that creates a sense of community for Midwestern Latinx who are missing an essential piece of their cultural identity. We do that by sharing their stories to create a sense of hope and alliance. We also foster education on divisive issues. 

Let us know what's happening, en tu ciudad, in your city! Submit your ideas! Dejanos saber de que estan hablando en el Medio Oeste.

Labels: Immigrants

Jan 23, 2016
Alison Petrash

 

 

    

'“Wetback” “Anchor baby” “Grasshopper”.

These terms are derogatory labels for immigrants who come into the country illegally.

As part of our year-long Labels reporting project, we explored the labels some immigrants often hear and carry, even when those were forced upon them. Through the story of a twelve-year old that crossed the border unaccompanied, we talk about labels that represent danger, we walk you through some immigration processes and we’ll explore through music what these labels represent to those who carry them.

 

Carolina Sarassa

Every nine seconds a woman is the victim of domestic abuse in the United States. 

A study by the Centers for Disease Control concluded that nearly one in three women  and one in four men in the United States have experienced rape, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime.

Common Ground: The Search for Understanding

Feb 13, 2015

Please enjoy this compilation of WNIN-FM's 2014 coverage of Latino issues in our area. We hope you enjoy listening to this collection as much as we enjoyed producing it.  We encourage you to click on the links below for a better idea of the in-depth coverage of Latino issues on WNIN-FM.

The 'journey' continues for Latina women 

Day Out in Owensboro

Trend- Best of 2014 for Fall Member Drive

Oct 24, 2014

Every member drive, the WNIN staff picks their favorite clips from the past few months to enjoy again with listeners.

Paola Marizan / WNIN News

Nativity Church on Evansville South East side celebrated Mexican Independence Day a few days early.

Sunday afternoon, families from Evansville, Mexico and a sprinkling of Latino countries gathered outside the church for a picnic and games.

Outreach coordinator and University of Southern Indiana alumnus Cesar Berrios was there representing Office of Hispanic Ministry.

Berrios,a native Nicaraguan, said this event is about celebrating the cultural diversity throughout Latin America.

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