Latino USA Episode #1433 - Nuestro Nueva York i

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Latino USA Episode #1433 - Nuestro Nueva York

Latino USA Episode #1433 - Nuestro Nueva York

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Nuestro Nueva York

This week, we examine Latino USA's hometown: New York City. Maria Hinojosa sits down with one of few Latinas to rise in city politics. And we hear about a forgotten icon of the LGBTQ rights movement.

NYC Speaker Mark-Viverito

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Wage Theft in Food Service

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Young Lords Way

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Remembering Fania Records

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A Tacumentary

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Sabiduría: Push Yourself

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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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