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A bilingual podcast from the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas about legal issues affecting our community and the human impact they have on the lives of people living in this border region. Hosted by Efrén C. Olivares of Texas Civil Rights Project and edited by Neta.

Latest Episodes

New year, new Del Sur

Introducing Del Sur “2.0” Introducing Del Sur “2.0”

2 MINJAN 5
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New year, new Del Sur

Defending separated families on the border

In this episode, Efren interviews Azalea Aleman-Bendiks, a federal public defender in McAllen, Texas, about the challenges of representing immigrant families who have been separated. This podcast is hosted by the Texas Civil Rights Project and produced by Neta. In this episode, Efren interviews Azalea Aleman-Bendiks, a federal public defender in McAllen, Texas, about the challenges of representing immigrant families who have been separated. This podcast is hosted by the Texas Civil Rights Project and produced by Neta.

35 MIN2018 OCT 5
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Defending separated families on the border

Farmworker Rights

Efren sits down with Jose Torres from Texas RioGrande Legal Aid and Justino, a farmworker, to discuss farmworker rights in the Rio Grande Valley. Make a donation to support Del Sur atnetargv.com/donate. Efren sits down with Jose Torres from Texas RioGrande Legal Aid and Justino, a farmworker, to discuss farmworker rights in the Rio Grande Valley. Make a donation to support Del Sur atnetargv.com/donate.

62 MIN2018 JUN 7
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Farmworker Rights

Latest Episodes

New year, new Del Sur

Introducing Del Sur “2.0” Introducing Del Sur “2.0”

2 MINJAN 5
Comments
New year, new Del Sur

Defending separated families on the border

In this episode, Efren interviews Azalea Aleman-Bendiks, a federal public defender in McAllen, Texas, about the challenges of representing immigrant families who have been separated. This podcast is hosted by the Texas Civil Rights Project and produced by Neta. In this episode, Efren interviews Azalea Aleman-Bendiks, a federal public defender in McAllen, Texas, about the challenges of representing immigrant families who have been separated. This podcast is hosted by the Texas Civil Rights Project and produced by Neta.

35 MIN2018 OCT 5
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Defending separated families on the border

Farmworker Rights

Efren sits down with Jose Torres from Texas RioGrande Legal Aid and Justino, a farmworker, to discuss farmworker rights in the Rio Grande Valley. Make a donation to support Del Sur atnetargv.com/donate. Efren sits down with Jose Torres from Texas RioGrande Legal Aid and Justino, a farmworker, to discuss farmworker rights in the Rio Grande Valley. Make a donation to support Del Sur atnetargv.com/donate.

62 MIN2018 JUN 7
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Farmworker Rights

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