Unbanked In The Bay Area / by Maria Hinojosa | December 13, 2013

Unbanked In The Bay Area

In a national first, Oakland, CA is now offering its residents a groundbreaking new municipal ID card that doubles as a prepaid debit card. Residents can apply for the card regardless of their immigration status.

contributors1

Farida-Jhabvala-Romero-reporting-in-Mendota-CA-broccoli-field-150x150Farida is a reporter for Radio Bilingüe, the National Latino Public Radio Network. She regularly covers health and the environment. She also contributes stories on California traditional artists for Radio Bilingüe’s series Raíces: Reportajes sobre Artistas del Pueblo. Prior to joining Radio Bilingüe, Farida worked as a reporter for El Mensajero, a San Francisco weekly, and other publications. She has a bachelor’s degree from Reed College in Portland, Oregon, and currently lives in Alameda, California, with her husband Eric and 2-year old daughter Devika. She can be reached at farida@radiobilingue.org.

 

 

LISTEN TO INDIVIDUAL SEGMENTS FROM THIS SHOW
#1512 – A Latino History of Hip-Hop Part I

#1512 - A Latino History of Hip-Hop Part I / by Daisy Rosario and Marlon Bishop | March 20, 2015

For the first part of a two-part series on how Latinos have influenced hip-hop…

Full Story

We honor civility here at Latino USA. Keep your comments constructive and respectful of everyone's opinions.
Thank you.

THIS WEEK'S CAPTIONS: Let's...

THIS WEEK'S SHOW: In this week's show,…

This Week's Captions: Money...

THIS WEEK'S SHOW: From Puerto Rico to…

CAPTIONS

Audio visual notes for the hearing impaired.

Sponsors

Join the conversation

© 2015 Futuro Media Group