[Original Airdate: October 10, 2019]
Presentamos la historia exitosa de Juan Roman quien se graduó como técnico de mantenimiento automotriz en MATC,también la marcha del primero de mayo de Voces de la Frontera, por las licencias de manejo para los inmigrantes y una conversación con su directora Christine Neumann-Ortiz.
¡Adelante! is a monthly, locally produced series celebrating the rich heritage of Latino people. The program airs in Spanish with subtitles in English. Program segments originally taped in English are captioned in Spanish.
¡Adelante! is produced by Patricia Gomez.
[Original Airdate: September 12, 2019]
¡Adelante! attends the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) 90th National Convention that took place in Milwaukee in July 2019. During the Convention, MATC President Dr. Vicki J. Martin accepted LULAC's "Champion of Education" Award. Also, ¡Adelante! sits down with the Mexican Ambassador to the U.S., Martha Barcena Coqui.
[Original Airdate: September 13, 2018]
We attend the Milwaukee Area Technical College's Car Show. We meet with Victor Huke, publisher of El Conquistador, as his Bilingual Latino newspaper celebrates its 20th anniversary. Timothy Muth, Attorney for The American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin, talks about the County Sheriff's support of ICE, Immigration Customs Enforcement.
[Original Airdate: April 18, 2017]
The Racine School District, in collaboration with Global Children Publishing, Scholastic, hosts an event focused on literacy. We continue our look at the Wisconsin Department of Corrections as protesters continue to demand reform to the practice of solitary confinement. La Casa de Esperanza in Waukesha celebrates its 51st anniversary.
Patricia Gomez, a broadcasting professional with more than 24 years of experience in public television, is the producer and host for the Milwaukee PBS production, ¡Adelante!
A native of Mexico, Gomez spent more than 15 years at WMSLP in San Luis Potosi. She was a producer and host and also had other training and supervision responsibilities at the Mexican public television station. She has a bachelor's degree in communication science from the San Luis Potosi State University in Mexico and a Master's Degree in Education from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.