Next on Voces de Nuestro Mundo and Voices of Our World
The following is a media alert on upcoming shows of the national syndicated Spanish language radio program Voces de Nuestro Mundo, and its sister show in EnglishVoices of Our World. Listen online at www.vocesdenuestromundo.org www.voicesofourworld.org
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Voces de Nuestro Mundo
Illegal Drug Traffic and Organized Crime in the Americas Week of August 26th
In a new publication from the Wilson Center's Latin American Program, Professor Bruce Bagley identifies key current trends of the drug trade and the organized criminal groups in the Americas. We discuss with Professor Bagley the increasing globalization of drug consumption, the dispersion and fragmentation of organized criminal groups, the inadequacies or failures of U.S. domestic drug among other key trends of the drug trade.
Owning Your Own Home: An American Dream? Week of September 2nd
The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) is campaigning to educate and inform the Hispanic community about the opportunities and disadvantages of today's real estate market. Voces de Nuestro Mundo spoke with Graciela Aponte, who works with the NCLR as a real estate and legislation analyst, about the goal of this campaign and the most important knowledge a potential buyer has to have before buying a house.
Voices of Our World
Tomorrow's Leaders, Today Week of August 26th
Today on Voices of Our World, we're looking ahead to the future of interfaith dialogue, in the Philippines and beyond. Our guests are J.R. Demecais and Joe Quesada of the Ayala Foundation's Young Leaders Congress. Both of these young men are responsible for finding and shaping the next generation of Filipinos with a passion for peace and justice. Essentially training tomorrow's leaders --- today.
Truth is God Week of September 2nd
"Truth is God" was his statement of faith. He brought non-violent civil disobedience as a means of mediation into the 20th century. He was influenced by the writings of philosopher Henry David Thoreau and by Christ's Sermon on the Mount. He never won the Nobel Peace Prize; instead he was a peacemaker who died violently. He was Mohandas Gandhi and today we’ll learn more about his life and assassination as we talk with James W. Douglass, whose latest book is Gandhi and the Unspeakable: His Final Experiment With Truth.