StoryCorps Northwest: Giving a Voice to the Yakima Valley By Sueann Ramella • Aug 21, 2013 ShareTwitter Facebook Google+ Email Ricardo Garcia (L) and his friend Nieves Negrete of Yakima talk about the first Spanish-language community radio station, KDNA. Negrete interviewed Garcia for StoryCorps. Credit StoryCorps Listen Listening... / 3:58 KDNA, the country's first Spanish-lanuage community radio station, was founded by Ricardo Garcia of Yakima. Garcia worked with Cesar Chavez, and established the Yakima Valley Farm Worker’s Clinic. Copyright 2013 Northwest Public Radio Tags: StoryCorpshispanicsradiostorycorps northwest Related Content Northwest Town Rides Ups And Downs Of 'Broken' Immigration System 3 years ago Border Crossing Stories Play Big Role In Immigrant Family Histories 3 years ago Number Of Eligible Young Latino Voters Rising, But Will They Be Counted? 4 years ago Hispanics Are America’s Fastest Growing Aging Population 4 years ago View the discussion thread.