Nadando Contra la Corriente con Justicia Migrante: Episodio 10 - Human Rights Cannot Wait Tour

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Enrique Balcazar, Zully Palacios, and Martha Herrera speak about the upcoming "Human Rights Cannot Wait" tour along the east coast to promote the "Milk with Dignity" campaign and build pressure on Ben & Jerry's to make good on their commitment to the human rights of dairy workers. The episode also includes updates on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and driver's licenses in Vermont.

Kike, Zully, y Martha hablan de un tour regional para promover la campaña Leche con Dignidad, llamado "Los derechos humanos no pueden esperar." La gira es para traer la voz de la comunidad a otras ciudades y presionar a Ben & Jerry's para que cumplan con su promesa a los derechos humanos de los trabajadores lecheros. También se hablará de noticias de DACA y la importancia de cuidar las licencias en Vermont.

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