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Hurt

On Latino USA: what it means to be hurt. Jose Antonio Vargas feels the pain of taking a stand for the undocumented. As Spanish Harlem heals after a deadly gas explosion, a woman paints her hurt away.

Jose Antonio Vargas
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Two-Dollar Dance Bars
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Latinas and Eating Disorders
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An Explosion in Harlem
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Breastfeeding While Latina
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Feeling the Burn
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Friday

This week we take a look at comedy – who tells the jokes, who writes the shows, how to use comedy to fix problems like the pothole on your street, and activists trying to take racial caricatures out of comedy. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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