Jose Hernandez greets his young son outside El Edén, the center where deported kids are sent in Honduras. His wife and two young children had just been deported from Mexico. Marlon Bishop/Latino USA hide caption

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Gangs, Murder and Migration in Honduras

From poverty to gangs, this episode of Latino USA takes a deep dive into the root causes of why people leave Honduras to travel through Mexico and to the U.S.

Going to Honduras
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The Economics of Extortion
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Sheltering in Mexico
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A Road More Dangerous
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When Deportees Return
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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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