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A More Perfect Union

Feb 17, 2023

In this episode, two community leaders describe how they have advocated for equity, social justice, and healing. Martha Flores is a poet and artist who is moved by creative endeavors, and Karina Vega-Villa is a scientist and educator who finds strength in numbers.


Feb 17, 2023

“I can talk to anyone with pride and no fear.” In this episode, hear from the director of a nonprofit that helps eligible residents become US citizens, and a mother who learned English instead of relying on interpreters because, she says, “I’m not gonna let anyone talk for me.” You'll also hear from an


Feb 17, 2023

To Alma Chacón, liberty would mean that “everyone had access and a fair opportunity to access what's available for everyone.” She, along with her husband, founded the Community for Advancement for Family Education (C.A.F.É.), a Wenatchee-based nonprofit that has been striving towards this goal since 2004. Hear


Feb 17, 2023

The Latine community in Wenatchee has played a large role in the story of making the city the Apple Capital of the World. But while over a third of Wenatchee’s residents are Latine, stories from this community are not often heard. In this episode of A More Perfect Union, host Violeta Martin provides an introduction