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The digital arm of San Francisco’s Spanish/English newspaper, El Tecolote, has arrived! Radio Teco News is our new biweekly podcast focusing on all matters that affect our Latino community and beyond

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The digital arm of San Francisco’s Spanish/English newspaper, El Tecolote, has arrived! Radio Teco News is our new biweekly podcast focusing on all matters that affect our Latino community and beyond

    52. What is Title 42?

    52. What is Title 42?

    Dr. Carlos Martinez is an assistant professor of Migrant Health & Social Justice in the Latin American & Latino Studies Department at UC Santa Cruz. Since 2018, Dr. Martinez has done ethnographic fieldwork with migrants stuck at the Tijuana border. In this episode, Dr. Martinez breaks down the Biden administration’s recent Humanitarian Parole Plan, the continued barring of migrants under the enforcement of Title 42, and talks about his own ethnographic fieldwork.

    • 41 min
    51. A Look Back at 2022

    51. A Look Back at 2022

    Happy New Year!!

    Before we get started with 2023, we wanted to do a quick recap of a few of the biggest stories from 2022 with our very own writer Mara Cavallaro. With Mara's focus being mental health, we talked about the three biggest stories she wrote for El Tecolote discussing this important topic during an action packed 2022.



    Sources mentioned in episode.

    Trans Lifeline: (877) 565-8860 (for trans, genderqueer, and gender-questioning folks).

    BlackLine: 1 (800) 604-5841 (according to the BlackLine website, they’re a hotline “geared towards the Black, Black LGBTQI, Brown, Native and Muslim community. However, no one will be turned away from the Hotline.”)

    For more information about Alameda’s 988 call center, visit https://988alamedacounty.org/.

    Body Politic Support Group

    For additional information or to join the RECOVER study, call 415-353-9306, send an email to FiguringOutLongCOVID@ucsf.edu, or fill out a form at: Studies.RecoverCovid.org.

    Marked By Covid, pandemic justice and remembrance organization

    • 24 min
    50. Domestic Workers Have Rights

    50. Domestic Workers Have Rights

    In this episode, El Tecolote reporter Lorena Garibay talks to us about her reporting domestic workers in San Francisco getting access to paid sick leave. This legislation was passed in 2022, and was celebrated and touted as the first of its kind, but questions remain as to how it will be enforced. Lorena’s reporting on this ordinance is funded by the Solutions Journalism Network, an independent, non-profit organization that advocates an approach of solutions journalism guided by evidence-based reporting to the responses of social problems. El Tecolote was selected as one of the newsrooms to participate in SJN’s Labor Cohort. In this episode, Lorena tells us about her reporting, the people she spoke with, and how the four pillars of solutions journalism guided her throughout.

    • 33 min
    49. Normalizing Abortion: Part 2

    49. Normalizing Abortion: Part 2

    Cynthia Gutierrez (she/ella) is an award winning first-generation Nicaraguan Salvadoran reproductive justice organizer, full spectrum doula, cultural strategist, writer, and public speaker. Her work looks at the intersection of reproductive justice, the criminal injustice system, disability justice, and environmental justice. She is currently the program manager for the University of California San Francisco Hub of Positive Reproductive and Sexual Health (HIVE) and Team Lily programs. Cynthia is a proud abortion storyteller with We Testify. She is on the Board of Directors for ACCESS Reproductive Justice, the California Coalition for Reproductive Freedom, and Women’s Voices for the Earth. Her work can be found on her website cynthiaagutierrez.com. She has a Bachelors in Sociology from the University of California, Santa Cruz. Cynthia is originally from San Francisco’s Excelsior District and now resides in East Oakland with her husband and son.

    For those seeking an abortion or who are looking to donate and support an abortion fund, visit the links below.

    https://www.nationaladvocatesforpregnantwomen.org/

    https://www.wetestify.org/

    https://www.blackmillennials4flint.org/

    https://abortionfunds.org/

    https://accessrj.org/

    https://www.sistersong.net/

    https://californialatinas.org/

    https://www.protectabortionca.com/

    • 38 min
    48. Normalizing Abortion: Part 1

    48. Normalizing Abortion: Part 1

    Cynthia Gutierrez (she/ella) is an award winning first-generation Nicaraguan Salvadoran reproductive justice organizer, full spectrum doula, cultural strategist, writer, and public speaker. Her work looks at the intersection of reproductive justice, the criminal injustice system, disability justice, and environmental justice. She is currently the program manager for the University of California San Francisco Hub of Positive Reproductive and Sexual Health (HIVE) and Team Lily programs. Cynthia is a proud abortion storyteller with We Testify. She is on the Board of Directors for ACCESS Reproductive Justice, the California Coalition for Reproductive Freedom, and Women’s Voices for the Earth. Her work can be found on her website cynthiaagutierrez.com. She has a Bachelors in Sociology from the University of California, Santa Cruz. Cynthia is originally from San Francisco’s Excelsior District and now resides in East Oakland with her husband and son.

    For those seeking an abortion or who are looking to donate and support an abortion fund, visit the links below.

    https://www.nationaladvocatesforpregnantwomen.org/

    https://www.wetestify.org/

    https://www.blackmillennials4flint.org/

    https://abortionfunds.org/

    https://accessrj.org/

    https://www.sistersong.net/

    https://californialatinas.org/

    https://www.protectabortionca.com/

    • 35 min
    47. Creating El Tecolote

    47. Creating El Tecolote

    On today’s show we have a very special guest, El Tecolote founder Juan Gonzales. It was such a pleasure talking to the legend himself and fun to learn more about his life growing up in the Central Valley, his very early start in journalism, and what it takes to create a newspaper that has fifty plus years of experience when it comes to informing our community.

    • 32 min

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