The Idaho Press presents The Latino Card. Each episode, hosts Rebecca De Leon and JJ Saldana breakdown the stories that are making headlines in Idaho from the Latino perspective. They'll interview guests, do deep-dives into the subjects that matter most to Idaho's Latino community, and avoid throwing chanclas at one another when they make a bad pun.
Fresh off his congressional campaign, we sit down with rising Idaho politico Rudy Soto as he reflects on the election and talks next steps.
"The Latino vote"
In our post-election breakdown, we're processing what the hell just happened, including what people really mean when they talk about the Latino vote.
We're talking ghosts, witches, and all things spooky with playwright Patricia Santos Marcantionio and our dearly departed friend Nicole Foy.
I have notes
We have Jennifer Martínez back with us to break down what the special legislative session means for Idaho Latinos.
Dele Ogunrinola is unapologetically Black. A college student at BSU, he talks to us about being at the forefront of Boise's BLM movement and then takes us to school on allyship.
Taking to the streets
We talk to Jeremy Woodson and Ruby Mendez-Mota with the ACLU of Idaho about the Black Lives Matter movement and the role Latinos play as allies.
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