Best Borderwall podcasts we could find (Updated August 2018)
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Join the crew of the El Paso Show for Not Just an El Paso show, covering border topics and more national news and events.
 
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Bad Hombre
Weekly
 
Enrique Morones returns to the air with "Bad Hombre", a weekly podcast with Voice of San Diego. Enrique is executive director and founder of Border Angels, a human rights organization founded in 1986. Join Enrique "Bad Hombre" Morones and special guests every Monday at High Noon. Show Producer, Dave Rivas, "DaveyBoy Productions"
 
REDIRECT is a weekly dive into the world of immigration law and its human consequences. Refugees and border walls, rhetoric and politics. We break it down and get to the truth.
 
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Newcomer Nation
Daily+
 
Newcomer Nation gives you the lowdown on immigration in the U.S. Every month, our podcast will explore and explain how the system works, how we got here and how it's playing out. Hosted by Daniela Vidal Allee and Daniela Sirtori-Cortina. Contact: newcomernation@gmail.com/@newcomernation
 
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This week Matthew and I are joined by Ben Johnson, the Executive Director of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). We ask Ben all the tough questions, but he makes a great case for AILA, and he also happens to have a tremendous podcast voice. Matthew and I also discuss Jeff Sessions' latest attack on the immigration courts, and M ...…
 
This week Matthew and I are joined by Ben Johnson, the Executive Director of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). We ask Ben all the tough questions, but he makes a great case for AILA, and he also happens to have a tremendous podcast voice. Matthew and I also discuss Jeff Sessions' latest attack on the immigration courts, and M ...…
 
Show 38: Originally from San Clemente, Banana Slug, Ethan Van Thillo got his start in organizing film festivals at UC Santa Cruz. He later went on to start the Latino Film Festival in San Diego which is in its 25th year. He also founded the Digital Gym in North Park which is in its 5th year in operation. Find out more on today's episode of Bad ...…
 
This week on REDIRECT: Immigration Law & Perspectives we are joined by Judge Dana Leigh Marks, president emeritus of the National Association of Immigration Judges, to discuss a recent grievance filed against the Executive Office of Immigration Reform (EOIR). You can read more about that case here: https://news.vice.com/en_us/article/qvmeyd/jef ...…
 
Show 37: Jamie Gates is a minister and professor at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, Ca. He grew up in Apartheid South Africa where he learned a lot about social issues, segregation, injustice and human rights. He is also an expert on human, sex and labor trafficking. Find out more about his work in this episode of Bad Hombre with E ...…
 
This week Matthew and I are joined by former Immigration Judge Paul Schmidt to discuss the dwindling due process in our Immigration Courts. Matthew discusses his experience with Castro Tum, a case hand picked by the Attorney General to make life worse for literally everyone. Is the AG intentionally trying to overwhelm the Immigration Courts in ...…
 
Show 36: Part 2 of 2 with former Congressman and San Diego Mayor, Bob Filner. Bob shares valuable knowledge gained from his grass roots days of the Civil Rights Movement in the 60's. He learned, marched and was arrested with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Mr. Filner shares his knowledge of organizing and re-organizing to be heard. "It's time to cha ...…
 
This week on REDIRECT: Immigration Law and Perspectives, Matthew and I discuss protests outside the immigration courts. I got some push back online when I suggested that maybe there are more effective places to protest. What do you think? We discuss the ongoing problems with the children we kidnapped from their parents. It turns out sometimes t ...…
 
Show 35: Former Mayor of San Diego and Congressman, Bob Filner joins the show and chats with Enrique about what he's up to these days. They also talk about organizing being heard and active under today's administration. Part 1 of 2 episodes
 
This week we're joined by Charles Kuck, former president of AILA and the host of some other immigration podcast (....The Immigration Hour) to discuss the important issues of today, including the Pee Tape (PT), whether Charles is still a republican, and the ongoing assault on legal immigration. Yes, that's right: LEGAL immigration. There is an a ...…
 
Show 34: Osvaldo Ruiz heads up the Day Labor Outreach program at Border Angels. He is also responsible for expanding the program to other counties and states. Find out just what a Day Laborer is, what they do and how they are treated as well as what they need. Osvaldo also shares his continuing efforts in building a shelter in Tijuana with othe ...…
 
This week we're joined by David Bennion, an immigration attorney in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to talk open borders. He recounts his harrowing encounter with border patrol as he crossed from Idaho into Utah. You can find David's information here: http://davidbennion.comOur Patreon page is www.patreon.com/redirect. Leave a tip. Like us on The F ...…
 
Show 33: The Border Angels Interns Series continues with Sonia Moran from High Tech High School. She shares what it's like to be a High Tech Student and what her Aspirations and Inspirations are. Sonia tell us what its like to be a Border Angels Intern and how you can get involved as well.
 
This week I'm joined by Matthew Hoppock (fake Matthew), an incredible immigration attorney out of Kansas City, to discuss Trump's new denaturalization task force. Are people really being stripped of their citizenship? Who are they going after, and why? Also, the Army is quietly discharging immigrant recruits who have been promised citizenship. ...…
 
Show 32: Border Angels Intern and UC Santa Cruz Graduate Student, Stephanie Padilla joins the show. Stephanie shares her journey as a student on the road to becoming a P.h.D., as well as an educator and human rights activist. She is also preparing to launch Border Angels Summer Movie Nights at Sherman Heights Community Center…
 
This week on REDIRECT Immigration Law & Perspectives Matthew and I are joined by Cesar Garcia Hernandez to discuss how the President wants credit for fixing something he started. Oh, and also it's definitely not fixed. We also discuss OPEN BORDERS.
 
Show 31: Sandra Sanchez is a Border Angels Intern from Berea, Kentucky where she attends Berea College. She is currently working on a double major in education and sociology. Originally born in Guanajuato, Mexico, Sandra lived in Tennessee for 18 years. She decided to come to Southern California to get more in touch with her roots. In this epis ...…
 
This week we're joined by fellow immigration lawyer Alicia Perez (San Antonio, TX) to discuss how people can get involved and help out when it comes to children detained at the border. Bigots compete in the First Annual Cruelty Olympics, and a major Supreme Court decision that could help thousands.
 
Show 30: Join Enrique and Jack, Brad, Allison and Carter from The San Diego Jesuit Volunteer Corps from Our Lady of Guadalupe Perish. They share their background and work with the homeless community, victims of the Hepatitis A outbreak and their memorial service. Also, the upcoming event, Solidarity on Tap. For more info go to www.jesuits.org o ...…
 
On today's "minisode," Stephen talks about what's going on at the border, why children are being separated from their parents, and why no one really wants to take the blame. Except Jeff Sessions. He'll take the blame.
 
Show 29: Maria Garcia used to be an educator. She was also a principal and vice principal in a number of San Diego grammar schools. She is the author of, "La Neighbor: A Settlement House in Logan Heights", a book which tells amazing and wonderful stories of the historical evolution of Barrio Logan, Logan Heights or, La Logan as it is known thro ...…
 
This week we're joined by Andrew Free who talks about his law suits against immigration detention facilities, and the increasing number of detainees dying in custody. These are sad and desperate times, so what can people do to get involved? REDIRECT: immigration Law & Perspectives
 
Show 28: San Diego's power couple, Maria Nieto Senour and Ernie McCray continue the conversation on the importance of education, upbringing, today's youth, as well as bullying, Washington D.C. and fake news. Part 2 of 2
 
Things were bad. Now they're worse. This week on REDIRECT: Immigration Law & Perspectives we dive into the devolution of our discourse and policy. Matthew discusses his recent advocacy on Castro-Tum.
 
Show 27: Retired educator, writer, civil rights activist Ernie McCray and Retired SDSU Professor, department of counseling and school psychology, Maria Nieto Senour share their upbringing, careers and views on the status quo in America Part 1 of 2 episodes.
 
Show 26: Border Angels President of the Board, Luis Aragón joins the show once again to talk about hate crimes, the importance of voting, the Holtville Cemetery and what he's learned as Border Angels new President.
 
Show 25: Vicente Saldaña of the Talamantes Immigration Law Firm shares his status as a Dreamer-Daca Recipient, living in the United States and how the laws that apply to Dreamer-Daca Recipients really work. He also shares of his experience at the opening of the Door of Hope where he got to embrace his Mother, who still lives in Mexico for 3 minutes…
 
President Trump's Chief of Staff John Kelly says immigrants are good people! They just, you know . . . don't belong here. Jeff Sessions takes aim at women fleeing domestic violence, and things in general seem . . . pretty racist right now. All that and more on REDIRECT: Immigration Law & Perspectives. Be sure to check out www.spacekittyexpress. ...…
 
Show 24: San Diego District Attorney Candidate, Geveviéve Jones-Wright. She is a native San Diegan who has served the county as a public defender since 2006. To find out more about Geneviéve, go to www.joneswrightforda.com and vote June 5, 2018
 
This week on REDIRECT:Immigration Law & Perspectives we discuss the asylum seekers at the southern border, Mike Pence praising a convicted felon, and we talk shop.
 
Show 23: Eunice Munro, Vice President of House of Mexico joins the program to share her background in Early Education and progress of building a House of Mexico in Balboa Park
 
This week on REDIRECT: Immigration Law & Perspectives, we're joined by fellow immigration attorney Hassan Ahmad to discuss Muslim Ban 3.0 Supreme Court oral arguments. We also discuss Matter of ARCG and domestic violence in the asylum context. Check us out on patreon.com/redirect, become a patron today. Do it.…
 
Show 22: Owner/CEO of San Diego Latino newspaper, La Prensa talks about his early dreams of becoming an architect, then an 11th grade English teacher, Mrs. Peace (eventually became Mrs. Browning) inspired him and countless others in public speaking, local civil service. He eventually began to work for that teachers son, Assemblyman, then Senato ...…
 
If you’ve checked the news lately, you’ve probably realized everybody is talking about immigration. There's the wall, what to do with DACA, and broader conversations about overhauling our immigration system. But before we delve into the finer points of policies and laws, we wanted to give you something more, well, human. This debate, after all, ...…
 
Bad Hombre welcomes Amigo Low Rider car club Veterano, Rigo Reyes. Rigo talks about his life as a, Chican, low rider and native San Diegan. He directs community engagement with the community thru Via International
 
This week we're joined by Valeria Gomez to talk about a recent ICE raid in Tennessee that is having a dramatic effect on the community. We also discuss the termination of legal aid for detained immigrants, and the departure of our beloved Paul Ryan.
 
Show 20: Guest Host, Dave Rivas welcomes Culture Clash member, playwright in residence at San Diego REP, creator of Amigos del REP and member of Border Angles Advisory Board, Herbert Siguenza. Today, Dave and Herb discuss Latino Arts
 
This week on REDIRECT: Immigration Law & Perspectives, Matthew and I discuss our Frankenstein President, the Immigration Court squeeze, and why Central Americans aren't coming here to apply for DACA.
 
Show 19: Sara Gurling is the former Border Angels President. She is a humanitarian, pro justice, labor organiser and Mom. She shares the imortance of voting as well running for office to get things done.
 
Ellen Orton Montanari, the organizer of Resist Trump Tuesdays left her previous career to organize, do work for groups like, Moveon.org, Flipthe49th.org and others election day 2017 when she, "Woke up and felt Saving our country was more important"
 
This week on REDIRECT: Immigration Law and Perspectives, Matthew and I discuss the impending death of planet earth and mankind, and generally try to laugh through the tears. Jeff Sessions continues to reshape the immigration courts. We may be looking for an intern.
 
Victor Torres is a San Diego/National City native. He attended Sweetwater Union High School, Southwestern College and USD. Victor served in the Air Force and is a Federal Defender trial attorney, now running for Superior Court Judge
 
This week Matthew and I discuss how Jeff Sessions is rewriting the law. Literally. It's terrifying. Thanks for listening to REDIRECT: Immigration Law and Perspectives. Like us on Facebook, or leave a tip in the tip jar over at patreon.com/redirect. Folks, I left my audio equipment at home this week, so excuse the poor audio quality!…
 
Show 16: Ali Torabi of San Diego Border Dreamers shares his experience as a Dreamer that migrated from Iran as an infant. He explains who San Diego Border Dreamers are, how they began and their cause
 
Show 15: Todays guest is Oscar Vasquez Mena Ph.D. He is one of the leaders of Border Angels program, Bridges to Education which offers aid to U.S. born, children of deported immigrants in pursuit of a college eduation
 
This week we're joined by Andrea Saenz, immigration attorney in Brooklyn, New York, to talk about the Supreme Court's decision in Jennings v. Rodriguez. We share some non-depressing stories, but then cap things off with more depressing stories. What a week.
 
Show 14: Hugo Castro is an internationally human rights activist from Border Angels Tijuana, Mexico. Coming from a migrant worker family, Hugo was inspired to pursue social justice and achieve multiple degrees while being detained. He shares how he did it
 
This week I'm joined by Andrew Free to discuss his ongoing litigation against GEO, how we're no longer a nation of immigrants, and how to get engaged in your community.
 
Show 13: Rita Sanchez, Professor of Chicano/a studies & pioneer in Chicana empowerment, talks about the importance of our roots and future generations. She is co-editor of the book, Chicana Tributes, 61 Stories of San Diego influencial Chicanas.
 
This week we're joined by Jordon Dyrdahl-Roberts, a former Montana Department of Labor employee who quit his job rather than help with ICE subpoenas. You can read about him here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2018/02/09/a-government-worker-says-he-didnt-want-to-help-ice-deport-immigrants-so-he-quit/?utm_term=.ea5018870724If ...…
 
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