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How I Made It: Flor De Toloache

When Mireya Ramos found herself subject to scrutiny and machismo as the only woman mariachi...

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Nikole Hannah-Jones: Beyond the 1619 Project

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones rose to instant recognition when she...

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Into the Fire

For the past decade, Armando Perez has worked as a wildland firefighter with the Eldorado,...

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Shaping a National Latino Museum

What and who do you include in a national Latino museum? That’s a question that many have been...

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Mimy and Tony Succar: Music Is Better With Family

Mimy Succar arrived with her family in Miami over three decades ago, she had three kids and a...

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Will Abortion Rights Energize the Latino Vote?

Two years ago, the Supreme Court overturned the constitutional right to an abortion, creating a...

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Sandy's Pandemic Diaries

Sandy Fleurimond, a first generation Haitian-American student at Temple University in...

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She Migrates

In a new migration reality, women and children are requesting asylum in Mexico at higher rates...

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Latinos Persevering

On today’s episode of Latino USA, we meet some of the Latinos and Latinas involved with the...

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Alex Padilla, From California to Capitol Hill

It was an anti-immigrant initiative in his home state of California that pushed Alex Padilla into...

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Samanta Schweblin’s Unsettling Normality

In her work, Argentine author Samanta Schweblin explores the feeling of eeriness that accompanied...

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Toñita's Club Fights Erasure

When you enter the Caribbean Social Club, or Toñita’s, it feels like you could be in your...

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The Unmarked Graveyard: Stories from Hart Island

When Annette Vega was in elementary school, she found out the man she called “dad” wasn’t her...

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Latino Hustle: Oscars 2024

The 96th Oscars ceremony is a new opportunity for Latinos and Latin Americans in the moviemaking...

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Myriam Gurba Unmasks the Creeps

Myriam Gurba is a writer and artist from California. Her most recent work is a collection of...

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Javier Zamora on the Role of a Writer in Today’s World.

Javier Zamora is a writer who believes he has a particular responsibility: to understand and also...

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How I Made It: Buscabulla

Buscabulla is a Puerto Rican indie duo formed by wife and husband Raquel Berrios and Luis Alfredo...

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The Matter of Castro Tum

In 2018, a young Guatemalan man named Reynaldo Castro Tum was ordered deported even though no one...

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How I Made It: Las Cafeteras

Las Cafeteras is a band out of East LA that met while doing community organizing. They began...

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Reclaiming Our Homes

On March 14th, 2020, Martha Escudero and her two daughters became the first family to occupy one...

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