On today's Pacific Underground, producer Matt Lim speaks with Jeff Selby about AAPI in public service, and on KBOO show Radiozine, Professor Karina Moreno informs producer Jenna Yokoyama of a few ways concerned individuals can do something about the inhumane treatment of migrant children and families at detention centers.
Jeff Selby is Senior Management Analyst, Training Coordinator, and Communications Lead for Portland's Office of Equity and Human Rights.
The full episode of Prof. Moreno's conversation with Radiozine producer Jenna Yokoyama can be found at: https://kboo.fm/media/73973-radiozine-062619
Prof Moreno is an associate professor at Hunter College's Department of Urban Studies at the City Universty of New York.She is a native of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico and is the author of jacobin magazine articles such as “The Private Deportation Machine” as well as “Political Theater at the border”.
From Prof Moreno:
Here is the link to RAÍCES. This is the first place I donate to: https://www.
Here is the Portland office of the Immigration Advocates Network, they coordinate volunteers and represent a number of immigrant causes, pro-bono: https://www.
Helping with existing refugee families in Portland: https://www.pdxrsg.
Listeners can volunteer to help mentor immigrant youth through conversation, tutoring, helping serve meals, a number of different activities: https://irco.org/
So whether it’s financially or through volunteering time, there are many ways to get involved that are suited for anyone with the wish and interest to help.