Maria Hinojosa reports on the lasting effects of the Mississippi ICE raids and reflects on how undocumented migrants keep the country running.
ITT Sound Off: Too Little, Too Late
Maria and Julio talk about the latest on federal voting rights legislation, a devastating fire in the Bronx, and give an update on grassroots organizing in New York City. They also reflect on the growing number of non-white NPR hosts who have recently left the network.
ITT Staff Picks:
- President Biden gave a strong speech on voting rights and filibuster reform, but it’s unlikely to make meaningful legislative change, reports Li Zhou for Vox.
- This post from Epicenter NYC, a community journalism initiative founded by S. Mitra Kalita, lists ways to help out those affected by the Bronx fire.
- Former NPR host Audie Cornish is among the latest to leave the media outlet, joining part in what is being known as “The Great Resignation,” with a majority of women of color leaving their employment, reports Alexandra Jane for The Root.
Photo Credit: AP Photo/Patrick Semansky
See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.