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Clowns pose for a picture during the XVII International Clown Convention in Mexico City, on October 24, 2012. At least 500 clowns are taking part in the event. Alfredo Estrella/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Clowns pose for a picture during the XVII International Clown Convention in Mexico City, on October 24, 2012. At least 500 clowns are taking part in the event.

Clowns pose for a picture during the XVII International Clown Convention in Mexico City, on October 24, 2012. At least 500 clowns are taking part in the event.

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Why Not Me?

On this episode, people who feel left out or pop up in unexpected places. Buzzfeed's Ayesha Siddiqi talks about misrepresentation in media. Plus, women in Lucha Libre and a Mexican NASCAR star.

BuzzFeed Ideas

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Serving The (Still) Uninsured

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Afro-Latinas And 'Good' Hair

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My Multilingual Personalities

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Venezuelan Sisters

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The Rolezinhos

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Las Luchadoras

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A Mexican Nascar Star

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Friday

In part two of our two-part special, we continue our investigation into the death of a man in a U.S. immigration detention center, examining surveillance video and other clues about what happened. Fernanda Echávarri/Latino USA hide caption

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Friday

José de Jesús' sister, Silvia, by his grave in Jalisco, Mexico. The family built a grave and set up a cross held up by wooden posts, which were later destroyed by a hurricane. Fernanda Echávarri/NPR/LatinoUSA hide caption

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