CATA’s work is focused around three issues: Workers’ Rights, Immigration, and Food Justice. Click on the links below to learn more.
RadioCATA, CATA’s very own low-power FM station, started broadcasting in 2015. CATA Members see the radio station as a crucial communication tool in order to unite the migrant Latino community as they struggle for justice in their workplaces and communities. The station broadcasts from 102.5 FM in Bridgeton, NJ and streams online for the rest of the world to listen to at www.radiocata.com. We currently have community members who volunteer their time as DJs with programming that includes music, news, and information on CATA’s activities and mission. The radio is also becoming a space where listeners can to talk about questions and concerns they have in their workplaces and communities.
You can read more about and listen to RadioCATA at www.radiocata.com.
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