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In hour two from ​Albertville, Alabama, we head into town, where a wave of immigrants has transformed the place. After 20 years, it was more than a quarter Latino. We find out: How much did that cost taxpayers? What was it like to have ​immigrants who’d never driven cars suddenly on the roads​?​ And why ​did ​a Latino business owner t​ell​ his friend to run for mayor on a platform of kicking out immigrants​?  
 

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The Consulate General of Mexico in San Francisco will be offering resources to victims of the North Bay wildfires in Santa Rosa. 

Some of the resources being offered will include support in accessing important personal documents that were lost due to the fires, assistance in finding short-term shelter, missing persons services, as well as information regarding emergency economic support.

They will be present at the Roseland Village Neighborhood Center at 779 Sebastopol Rd. on Thursday Oct.19 and Friday Oct. 20 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Top intellectual property and entertainment lawyer Peter Afrasiabi joins Suzanne Lang in conversation on his recent book Burning Bridges, America’s 20-year Crusade to Deport Labor Leader Harry Bridges. Bridges was an immigrant, a longshoreman, and a labor leader which was not a good combination in the 1930s. The imbalance of executive power in the federal government of that time resonates with our contemporary situation.

 Join us Sunday, October 1st at 4 pm.