Federal Judge Orders Trump Administration To Resume DACA, Toronto Terrorism Attack, And Global Notes
On today's show:
- The Trump administration’s immigration policy hit a stumbling block after a U.S. federal judge ruled Tuesday that protections must continue for people under DACA. We speak with Eréndira “Ere” Rendón, vice president of Immigration Strategy and Advocacy for The Resurrection Project, a Chicago-based social service and advocacy not-for-profit.
- Ten people are dead after 25 year-old Alek Minassian allegedly drove a rental van through a busy pedestrian thoroughfare in Toronto on Monday. To discuss, we’re joined by Jesse Brown, a Toronto-based journalist and media critic.
- Global Notes: in 1996, Lucas Silva, also known as DJ Champeta Man, began Palenque Records, named after the Colombian village of Palenque, which was formed by escaped slaves in the 16th century.