Each episode explores the culture and concerns of the fastest growing community in southeastern Wisconsin. ¡Adelante! means "forward" in Spanish. The program looks at change and progress, highlighting the contributions of Latino individuals and organizations to the community. The series also discusses a variety of issues with experts who can speak to the needs of the Latino population. It is a valuable source of timely information for an underserved audience.
"Viewers may interpret the program's title as 'Latinos moving ahead with the times,'" said Rosa Dominguez, chairman of the ¡Adelante! advisory panel. "We see the program focusing on change, progress, and future movement for Latino people."
Guests have included:
Wisconsin Governor Doyle
Journal Sentinel Editorial Page Editor Ricardo Pimentel
UW-M Chancellor Carlos Santiago
Puerto Rican Parade
Gwendolynne Moor 4th District State Senator
MPS Superintendent William Andrekopoulos
Representative Pedro Colon (D-Milwaukee) and "Real ID Act"
County Supervisor Peggy West, 12th District
Honoring Mexican Musician Agustin Lara
Pre-Columbian Paintings Exhibit
Notre Dame Middle School
Nativity Middle School
Milwaukee County Parks Director Sue Black
New Hispanic Association of Real Estate
Canto a las Americas
Urban Anthropology and Latinos in Milwaukee