Cada Domingo

Sunday, 7-10 PM

Cada Domingo, "Every Sunday", is KPCW's weekly Spanish-language program, offering three hours of national, international and local news, music and interviews of importance for the area's Spanish speaking community.

To reach the bilingual hosts of Cada Domingo, email them at cadadomingo@kpcw.org.

  

Cada Domingo, es el programa semanal en Español de KPCW, cual ofrece tres horas de noticias nacionales, internacionales y locales, musica y entrevistas de interés para la comunidad hablahispana del area.

Para comunicarse con los anfitriones de Cada Domingo, favor de enviar un email a cadadomingo@kpcw.org

Ways to Connect

  We had a conversation with musical guest Juan José Mayren, director and lead singer for the music group Fiesta Tropical Utah. We discussed the history of tropical music such as Cumbia and Bachata from its roots to african migrants and slave ship refugees to the international musical phenomenom that it is today. We also talked about the traditions in Mexico for different celebrations such as quinceañeras and weddings. A special thank you to music promoter Eddie Juarez

Cada Domingo - Dr Wendy Hobson-Roher & Dr. Jeri Bullock

Jun 23, 2019

  We discussed the South Main Clinic's new dental clinic, a few facts about dental care, and dispel some myths and misunderstandings about teeth.
 

Cada Domingo - Juliana Duran & Marisol White

Jun 23, 2019

  We discussed the Big Brothers and Big Sisters program in Summit county, what their role is, how they benefit the community. Currently, BBBS is seeking Spanish-speaking mentors.
 

Cada Domingo - Bianca Carrasco & Maria Ruíz

Jun 16, 2019

  Bianca Carrasco 
Coordinator for Children and Latinos Services Park City Library

Maria Ruiz 
Community Affairs 
Consulate of Mexico in Salt Lake City

We  talked about the Plazas Comunitarias program. This program was created by the National Institute of Adult Education (INEA) for all Spanish-speaking people over 15 years of age. It offers a self-taught educational model aimed at teaching literacy and providing primary and secondary education. The service is free and open to the public.

Cada Domingo - Maximo Ventura

Jun 9, 2019

Maximo Ventura, Latino Affairs Coordinator for the Christian Center of Park City, discusses the 4th Annual Latino Arts Festival in Park City, which is planned for June 14 & 15. It features international artists, live music, artists, and a feature film at the Park City Library auditorium. The event is free and open to the public.

Cada Domingo Interview - Visual artist Being2Art

Jun 2, 2019

Visual Artist Being2Art
https://www.being2art.com/
https://www.instagram.com/being2art/

We chatted with the artist about her work which draws inspiration from songs and entire albums, many of which are dedicated to specific albums or the artists themselves. She refers to her work series as albums and individual pieces as songs. We discussed about her inspiration, her experiences as an immigrant female artist and much more. 

 

Carla Astorga - Affiliate Steering Committee Chair, NAMI for Wasatch/Summit Counties

We continued our discussion about the Person to Person program by NAMI (National Alliance of Mental Illness), a 10-class weekly series focused on individuals suffering from mental health illnesses like schizophrenia, depression, anxiety and others that affect the Hispanic/Latino community. The classes are in Spanish and free and open to the public.

Eddie Juarez/Esmirna Campos
With Special guest, Artist Trasher
https://www.instagram.com/trasheer/

We chatted with the Mexican artist about his process, the inspiration behind his works, the history of street art as an artistic expression since its beginnings, its evolution into a well-recognized form of art, and the many ways in which art on walls has manifested itself. 

Cada Domingo - Dirk Gootjes

May 19, 2019

Dirk Gootjes
Latino Community Affairs Coordinator
Park City High School

We discuss the event "Tradiciones Mexicanas" at the Ecker Hill Middle School in their Auditorium. The event includes folkloric dance, music, songs and poetry. 

Maximo Ventura
Christian Center of Park City

We discuss the 4th annual Latino Arts Festival of Park City which will take place on June 13 and 15 in the Park City Library park on 1255 Park Avenue in Park City.

Free Admission.  

Cada Domingo - Senator Luz Escamilla

May 19, 2019

Senator Luz Escamilla

Representative of District 1, First Latina elected in the state of Utah, and first immigrant elected to state legislature. She is currently serving her third term in the Senate of Utah after having been reelected in 2012 and 2016. Senator Escamilla serves in the leadeship team as the "whip" of the Senate minority. We discuss her term in Senate, her experiences as a Latina, and her recent bid for the position of Salt Lake City Mayor.

We discussed the "Dangers of Border Crossings" event that took place May 18th at the Park City Library to discuss the effects of the current political climate, and how it affects the latino community. The exhibit featured art, poetry and other presentations.

  

Carla Astorga - Affiliate Steering Committee Chair, NAMI for Wasatch/Summit Counties

We discussed the Person to Person program by NAMI (National Alliance of Mental Illness), a 10-class weekly series focused on individuals suffering from mental health illnesses like schizophrenia, depression, anxiety and others that affect the Hispanic/Latino community. The classes are in Spanish and free and open to the public.

Salt Lake City Mayoral candidate David Ibarra joins Cada Domingo. Ibarra is the son of a Zapotec Indian from Mexico and an American white woman from Salina, Utah, and also founded the Ibarra Foundation, which focuses to make college possible for Latino students by providing full tuition scholarships. We talk about his history, his candidacy, and how his policies could affect the Latino population in Utah. 

https://www.ibarra4mayor.com/

 

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