Content will Center on Freedom, Personal Responsibility and Fiscal Discipline

Nashville, Tennessee – Latinos for Tennessee, an organization dedicated to providing the Hispanic community in the state with information and resources on issues relating to economic and religious freedom, has announced the launch of a new Spanish language talk radio show titled, “Lo Que Nos Une,” translated into English to “What Unites Us.” The weekly program will be a live format to allow caller participation, and will feature local and national guest experts.

The show will be hosted by two veterans in broadcast, including Lizzy Nelson, a former Christian Broadcasting Network news anchor and Israel Ortega, an author and a frequent television and radio analyst for networks including FOX News and Univision.

Latinos for Tennessee, Executive Director Raul Lopez said of the show: “Lo Que Nos Une is part of our greater effort to reach out to Latinos across the state to empower and educate them on important and relevant issues.  Our mission will particularly center on faith, family, freedom and fiscal responsibility because they are important values to the Hispanic community.”

Lizzy Nelson, co-host of Lo Que Nos Une stressed that the show’s name is significant because: “We want to engage with Latinos on the issues that unite us, because we are a community with folks from many parts of Latin America. But at the end of the day, there are certain values like the family and a hard work ethic that are binding.”

The first show on March 21st will focus on education and will feature Dr. Regina Andrade, Senior Lecturer in Economics at Vanderbilt University’s College of Arts and Science.

The one-hour show will air each Saturday on Radio Vida 1130AM beginning at 2pm CT.  Listeners may also follow a live stream of the show here: