Pat Leach is the founder of the African Immigration Initiative, Coachella Valley. Her dedication to African immigration is to assist people through empowerment by finding the resources they need to succeed whether in detention, as asylum seekers struggling in the USA, or deported and trying to find safety. This includes food, health, lawyers, housing, bond

payment applications, letters, electronics, and political activation. She discusses United States immigration policy and its history, as it affects Africans and others seeking refuge with Joy Silver on this episode of Outspoken. Pat observed the perilous challenges and conditions in Cameroon personally, and she shares those observations with us immediately upon her recent return from Africa.

Bonnie G. & Brayan Mendoza are on a four-week Summer Vacation and will return right after Labor Day. Enjoy past shows throughout the month of August!

Craig Pomranz sits a spell with Bonnie G this week on The Desert Scene. The singer performs his show, Welcome Back: Jazz me, songs of the 20's and 30's at the Coachella Valley Rep in Cathedral City on August 18 at 8 pm. They talk about the relevance of the Standards in today's discourse. Also, this week, another great artist hits the desert and performs at the CV Rep. On Thursday, August 25 at 7 pm, it's An Evening with Julie Garnyé. She talks about performing a number of songs from Broadway's greatest shows.

Get the latest previews and reviews of entertainment on the blue and silver screen with Brayan Mendoza. New podcasts update on Flix And Picks each week and are accessible here or directly from your favorite podcasting service.


Stay up to date with Hollywood and a fresh perspective from our resident film and streaming content expert!


If you have missed any of Brayan's reviews, catch up now for some  sound viewing suggestions and beat the heat at the theatre or with a great streaming presentation.

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