Milestones, Immigration And Justice Music : Alt.Latino This week we visit with NPR's Radio Ambulante, talk about immigration issues and meet a singer with a message.
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Milestones, Immigration And Justice Music

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Musician Nancy Sanchez is featured this week for the messages in her new music.

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Every now and then we like to use this space to talk about non-musical issues that impact Latinx communities.

This week we visit with our familia at Radio Ambulante, NPR's only Spanish language podcast, about their new season; we also celebrate a production milestone with host Daniel Alarcon.

New York Times' Caitlin Dickerson talks to us about her reporting from the U.S.-Mexico border and the children who either can't be found or can't be united with their families.

And we hear from Nancy Sanchez, a Southern California singer who just released the powerful song "The Kids Are Still in Cages."


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