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The New Pornographers, Manu Chao, Josh Ritter

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Ricky Munoz, lead singer of Intocalbe, performs in Juarez, Mexico earlier this month. Intocable, a band popular on both sides of the border, is inspired by Mexican music, country hits and rock bands like Def Leppard. Kainaz Amaria/NPR hide caption

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Borderland Music: Songs From The U.S.-Mexico Frontera

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Clockwise from top: Gustavo Cerati, Ruben Albarran of Cafe Tacuba, Andrea Escheverri of Aterciopelados, Julieta Venegas, Manu Chao. courtesy of the artists hide caption

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The members of the NYC rock band Outernational wear their hearts on their sleeves when it comes to immigration issues. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Six Immigrant Songs Of Triumph And Tragedy

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Students give carnations to riot police at Bogota's main square Plaza de Bolivar during a Nov. 10, 2011 demonstration against an education reform bill. Guillerimo Legaria/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Es Un Monstruo Grande Y Pisa Fuerte: 12 Latin American Protest Songs

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Manu Chao onstage in Cuba in 2009. STR/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Listen To This Week's Show

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Alt.Latino 101: Back To The Basics

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Alt.Latino: Immigrant Songs

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