THE END OF TPS FOR SOME IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES; THE PARADISE PAPERS; THE STORMY LIFE STORY OF LEGENDARY BOXER JULIO CÉSAR CHÁVEZ; THE CASE OF FRANKY CARRILLO, WHO SPENT TWO DECADES IN JAIL FOR A CRIME HE DIDN’T COMMIT; AND, ON “NUESTRA GENTE EXTRAORDINARIA,” EMILIO PACK AND HIS COMMITMENT TO EDUCATING FUTURE GENERATIONS OF LATINOS
WITH MEXICAN JOURNALIST RAÚL OLMOS; LEGENDARY BOXER JULIO CÉSAR CHÁVEZ; IMMIGRATION LAWYER AND NOTICIAS TELEMUNDO CONTRIBUTOR ALMA ROSA NIETO; HONDURAN ENTREPRENEUR ANA CISNADO; NICARAGUAN BUSINESSMAN ISMAEL TINOCO; AND A PROFILE OF EMILIO PACK
Miami –November 10, 2017- This Sunday, November 12 at 12 p.m./11 a.m. C, “Enfoque con José Díaz-Balart” analyzes the news stories making headlines this week. Immigration lawyer and Noticias Telemundo contributor Alma Rosa Nieto explains the consequences of the end of Temporary Protected Status for some immigrant groups and the legal options that remain open to them. Honduran businesswoman Ana Cisnado and her husband, Ismael Tinoco, discuss the impact of the decision to end TPS on their family and community. Raúl Olmos, a Mexican journalist and member of the organization Mexicans against Corruption, part of the consortium investigating the latest leak of information known as the Paradise Papers, talks about some of the famous figures implicated in the scandal and the international legal structures that facilitate tax evasion and money laundering. Mexican boxing icon Julio César Chávez gives a revealing interview about his tumultuous past and his portrayal in “El César,” the recent Telemundo production based on his life story. And, on “Nuestra Gente Extraordinary,” we meet Emilio Pack, a Latino raised in Los Angeles who has devoted his life to educating new generations of Hispanic children in math and science.
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