Live From SXSW

This week on Latino USA we are back where it all began – Austin, Texas. We bring you a show recorded live at KUT's Studio 1A.

Little Late, Lotto Trouble
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Latin@s in Tech: Glass Half-Full?
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Mincho: BBQ, Radio, and Latino USA History
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DJ Orion: Spanning Cultures, Genres, and Technology
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What's That, Buzz?
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Sabiduría: This is What Democracy Sounds Like
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Friday

We dive deep into the creative minds of a few writers and artists who will be part of this year's PEN World Voices Festival with a series of conversations. Elena Climent/PEN World Voices Festival of Literature 2016 hide caption

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Friday

This week we spent an hour on weed and the push to legalize it. We explore how the drug war affects communities of color, the drug's racialized history and why today's legal industry is mostly white. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Friday

An hour on Latinas who run things. We hear from Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor and talk with Esmeralda Santiago. We also explore how the best drag queens on TV are Puerto Rican and much more. Antonia Cereijido/Latino USA hide caption

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