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El Sol Habla | Sgt. Carlos Cornejo

El Sol Habla invita a Carlos Cornejo, Sargento de policía del departamento en Rifle, para charlar sobre su columna El Rincón del Sargento y cómo las nuevas leyes anti-inmigratorias en Florida y Texas, están lastimado las comunidades. Cornejo también viene acompañado de su guitarra y cerramos el programa con una linda melodía.

This week El Sol Habla speaks with Rifle Police Sgt. Carlos Cornejo to talk about his column El Rincón del Sargento, and how new anti-immigration laws in Florida and Texas are hurting communities. Sgt. Cornejo is also accompanied by his guitar, and we close the program with a sweet melody.

Raleigh Burleigh was raised in the historic floodplanes of Satank. The Carbondale Rotary Club sponsored him as a youth ambassador to Chile the year before his graduation from Roaring Fork High School. He studied International Affairs and Journalism at the University of Colorado, Boulder then applied those studies traveling throughout South America the following year. Returning to Carbondale thereafter, Raleigh acquired an internship with KDNK News which led to the opportunity to serve as News Director from 2017 to 2019. After another trip to South America in early 2019, Raleigh Burleigh drew deeper into the confluence as Program Director at KDNK. Raleigh now serves on KDNK's board of directors and as editor of Carbondale's weekly newspaper, The Sopris Sun.
Vanessa is a bilingual and bicultural printmaking artist, educator, and writer. She's passionate about mental health, environmental advocacy, cultural equity, and education as a means to create bridges between the Latino and Anglo communities. She previously served as a board member for The Sopris Sun, where she is now the Editor for the Spanish insert, El Sol del Valle, and writes a monthly column, Al No Artista.
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