Brazilians perform capoeira on the first day of Carnival celebrations on Feb. 16, 2012, in Salvador, Brazil. Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art and dance form that was developed by slaves in the region. i

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Brazilians perform capoeira on the first day of Carnival celebrations on Feb. 16, 2012, in Salvador, Brazil. Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art and dance form that was developed by slaves in the region.

Brazilians perform capoeira on the first day of Carnival celebrations on Feb. 16, 2012, in Salvador, Brazil. Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art and dance form that was developed by slaves in the region.

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Move It

Latino USA is on the move with guest host Raquel Cepeda. We hear stories about those trying to take alternate modes of transport, from traveling while brown to doing Zumba for community.

Women Migrants

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A Gay Migrant's Story

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La Otra Bestia

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Foot Massage for Migrants

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Football: A Brazilian Game

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Traveling While Brown

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Zumba for the Community

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Friday

With the Copa América here in the United States, this is the summer of soccer—or fútbol. So Latino USA is taking a look at the sport loved throughout Latin America and around the world. RODRIGO ARANGUA/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Friday

A look at some political stories that aren't obvious, from the difference between English and Spanish language media to why it's hard to gather data about Latinos. Plus a look at a local Florida race. Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images hide caption

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