Death And Suffering In Puerto Rico Consistently Downplayed, Hundreds of Thousands Of Immigrants Imperiled By TPS Decision, And Global Activism: Blue Meets Blue Ethically Employs Chicago Refugee Women To Make Upscale Fashion
On today's show:
- Puerto Rican Gov. Ricardo A. Rosselló discusses the island's death count and colonial challenges post-Hurricane Maria.
- Oscar Chacon, co‐founder and executive director of Alianza Americas, weighs in on Homeland Security's decision to cancel Temporary Protected Status for Nicaraguan and Haitian asylum-seekers as well as how climate change will impact Latin America and the civil unrest in Honduras.
- Shahd Alasaly, co-founder of the online clothing store Blue Meets Blue, talks about how the Chicago-based company hires refugee women in the United States to make upscale, yet affordable, fashion for flexible working hours at fair wages.