Latino USA Episode #1413 – New Beginnings
Migrants risk their lives to reach Puerto Rican shores, Colombian farmers come home after the civil war and a musician leaves the islands to play American rock 'n' roll.
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On Latino USA: what it means to be hurt. Jose Antonio Vargas feels the pain of taking a stand for the undocumented. As Spanish Harlem heals after a deadly gas explosion, a woman paints her hurt away.
Late Night In Austin
This week on Latino USA we are back where it all began – Austin, Texas. We bring you a show recorded live at KUT's Studio 1A.
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Bird by Fernano Botero
This week, Latino USA is larger than life! We start with a special interview with actress Rita Moreno. Also, the life of one farm worker who fought for rights alongside César Chávez.
Latino USA Episode #1409 – Queer
This week we talk about all things Queer—from Anthony Romero, the first gay director of the ACLU, to the practice of "pumping," or black market silicone injections, in the trans community.
Latino USA Episode #1408 - Work It!
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From working with date palms to jobs as bounty hunters, business executives, and domestic workers, we hear all sorts of Latino perspectives of work.
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