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Linda Ronstadt in the new film, Linda and the Mockingbirds.

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National Hispanic Heritage Month came to a close last week. On this episode, we shine a light on recent stories by NPR hosts, reporters and producers who go beyond the obvious in their coverage of Latinx communities in the U.S.

Mandalit del Barco is featured in two pieces that focus on the arts: Sam Sanders of It's Been A Minute (IBAM) digs deep into news emerging from immigration detention camps; IBAM producer Andrea Gutierrez offers a personal connection to Chicano history; and we finally get a Linda Ronstadt interview on Alt.Latino by way of Lulu Garcia-Navarro.

A news round up, Alt.Latino style.