Cada Domingo

 Valeria Jimenez joins Cada Domingo. Valeria is the Keys to Success Program Manager for the Success in Education Foundation. She discusses her position with the Success in Education Foundation, her experiences growing up in Utah as a Chicana and what it means to her to identify as one by discussing her interests and likes, and about the importance of encouraging youth to learn about their heritage. Valeria is from Heber City, Utah and a recent graduate of the University of Utah.

We speak with Dr. Wendy Hobson-Rohrer, the Executive Medical Director of the South Main Clinic at the University of Utah. We also speak with Esperanza Arias, Promoter for Holy Cross Ministries. We discuss the organizations' history, the services available to the communities, their areas of focus, their roles in providing aid to the undocumented and refugee population. We discuss the services in women's health, family medicine, pediatrics, teen mother-child, and other programs offered.

Fanny Guadalupe Bauer is the Executive Director of the organization Artes de México en Utah. She joins the show to discuss the Sor Juana Prize competition, the call for artists for the organization, and the effect this competition has had on the Hispanic community of Utah.

Cada Domingo is joined by Nic Contreras, judge for the Artes de México en Utah Sor Juana Prize for Poetry and Short Stories. We discuss the importance of writing as an art form. We listen to some verses from his favorite works in Spanish, and discuss them. We also discuss the importance of having multicultural representation in media and art

Alejandra Lara del National Ability Center (Centro de Habilidad Nacional) Hablamos del papel que toma el NAC para la comunidad, los programas que ofrecen, y de la necesidad de voluntarios hispanos para estos programas. 

We talk about the role the NAC has for the community, the programs they offer, and the need for hispanic volunteers for their programs.



Gloria Gonzalez Cook, Genealogical Society of Hispanic America. We talk about the organization, the local chapter's history, her personal history, some interesting stories, and the importance of knowing one's geneaology and history. 

Hablamos de la organización, la historia de el capítulo local, su historia personal, de algunas historias interesantes, y la importancia de conocer a nuestra geneaologia e historia. 





Cada Domingo speaks with Officer Franco Libertini of the Park City Police Department about the Department's Facebook page in Spanish, the PC Residents Police Academy for Latinos, and much more!

Cada Domingo habla con Franco Libertini, Oficial con el departamento de policía de Park City. Hablamos de la pagina de Facebook en español del departamento, de la academia de policía para el pueblo latino de Park City,  y mucho más.  

Claudia Borjas, Arts Education Program Assistant for the Utah Division of Arts & Museums. discussed the organization's history, mission, and available resources to the public thanks to state-allocated funds for the study and promotion of folk art & culture.

Cada Domingo is joined by Natasha Wong, Racially Just Utah,  We discuss the organization, its role in the state, the area of focus, how the public is affected by state legislature, and what can be done. For those interested in volunteering or internship positions:

  Cada Domingo speaks with artist Ruby Chacon about her new projects, her Utah roots, and the inspiration for her art. Hablamos con artista Ruby Chacon. Hablamos de sus nuevos proyectos, de sus raíces en el estado de Utah, y de la inspiración de su arte.