Latino USA Episode 807 Story: Latino USA's Maria Hinojosa speaks with Chile's President Michelle Bachelet about women in politics. Latino USA's Maria Hinojosa shares how the music of Michael Ramos provided a soundtrack to her summer travels. Latino USA Contributor Reese Erlich reports from eastern Bolivia on the violent opposition facing President Evo Morales' social reforms. Latino USA's contributor Yasmin Kahn profiles the overlooked Afro-Bolivian community and how they re-affirming their cultural roots.
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Latino USA Episode 807

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Latino USA Episode 807

Latino USA Episode 807

Story: Latino USA's Maria Hinojosa speaks with Chile's President Michelle Bachelet about women in politics. Latino USA's Maria Hinojosa shares how the music of Michael Ramos provided a soundtrack to her summer travels. Latino USA Contributor Reese Erlich reports from eastern Bolivia on the violent opposition facing President Evo Morales' social reforms. Latino USA's contributor Yasmin Kahn profiles the overlooked Afro-Bolivian community and how they re-affirming their cultural roots.