LGBTQ Community More Than Black & White: Tiff Gonzales, Defining Fairness

Tiff Gonzales is a fourth-generation Mexican American, native to Texas, who identifies as queer both in gender identity and sexual orientation. Tiff moved to Louisville five and a half years ago for work. She says when we talk about race in Louisville, we’re generally only talking about black and white. Latino issues re rarely part […]

American RadioWorks: Rising by Degrees

Saturday, December 5, 2009 Producer: American Public Media Listen Again The United States is facing a dramatic demographic challenge: Young Latinos are the fastest-growing segment of the population, and they are among the least likely to graduate from college. Experts say the future of the American economy is at stake, because higher education is essential […]

Cross Cultural Connections

Relationships between African Americans and Hispanics, once unified during the Civil Rights Movement, seem to be breaking down as competition for jobs, health services and housing becomes fiercer. How is Louisville being affected by “Black-Brown” tension and what is being done to promote harmony between minority groups? Cross Cultural Connections, a race relations program created by the Louisville Metro Human Relations Commission, the Louisville Urban League and the Hispanic Latino Coalition is helping to bridge the cultural gap between Kentucky’s Hispanics and African Americans. Listen to the Show