The LIBRE Initiative has launched "Generacion LIBRE," a new bilingual radio show for Hispanics in Las Vegas, Nev., the organization said on Monday. The show will air Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7:30 a.m. PT on KRLV 1340AM.
The live show will address a variety of topics that affect the Latino community, with a special emphasis on how to apply the principles of economic freedom that lead to prosperity, according to a news release. LIBRE's Las Vegas field representative, Miguel Barrientos, will co-host the show's debut with Daniel Garza, LIBRE executive director.
"It is critical that Latinos get informed and join the discussion on how the continued growth in the size and scope of government is negatively impacting our ability to prosper in a free society," said Garza. "Our goal is to continue the conversation we have started with our ever growing community on the importance of self-reliance, hard work and an entrepreneurial spirit that are essential to achieving the American dream."
Listeners from all over the country are encouraged to call in or join the conversation via LIBRE's Facebook page. Listeners are also invited to follow LIBRE on Twitter: @LIBREInitiative and tweet using the tag #GenLIBRE.
To listen live, click here.
The LIBRE Initiative (LIBRE) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan 501(c)(4) organization headquartered in South Texas.
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