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.
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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.
This week, we spend a day in a bodega in Washington Heights, NYC — home to one of the biggest Dominican populations in the U.S. We uncover stories about nutrition, migration, community and the slow threat of gentrification.
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This week, we talk about what makes a sanctuary for queer people of color, from the safety and freedom of gay clubs to Latino USA listeners sharing stories about queer gyms and choral groups.
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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.
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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.
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For these rescue stories, actor Diane Guerrero talks to Maria about life after her parents were deported. We also meet a pilot saving plane crash survivors and young Latinas leaving home for college.
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What's in a word? Find out with Latino USA as we talk about Spanglish and its implications, how to interpret the made-up language of some popular movie characters, and living as a deaf Latino.
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.
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