Jasmine Garsd Jasmine Garsd is NPR's Criminal Justice correspondent and the host of The Last Cup.
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Jasmine Garsd

Host, The Last Cup, and Correspondent, Criminal Justice

Jasmine Garsd is an Argentine-American journalist living in New York. She is currently NPR's Criminal Justice correspondent and the host of The Last Cup. She started her career as the co-host of Alt.Latino, an NPR show about Latin music. Throughout her reporting career she's focused extensively on women's issues and immigrant communities in America. She's currently writing a book of stories about women she's met throughout her travels.

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Friday

A California city seeing an influx of migrants reacts to Biden's border control plan

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Tuesday

NYC's mayor faces backlash for planning to involuntarily hospitalize homeless people

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Friday

Constituents sound off about Rep.-elect Santos, who is under investigation

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Wednesday

Los Gaiteros De San Jacinto on the cover of its 2006 album Un Fuego de Sangre Pura. Jorge Mario Múnera/Courtesy of Smithsonian Folkways hide caption

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Cumbia: The musical backbone of Latin America

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Wednesday

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Encore: An Alt.Latino Christmas, with Cantigas in concert

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Monday

Lionel Messi's legacy solidified in Argentina after taking home the World Cup

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Argentina's Lionel Messi has been chasing a World Cup win for 16 years

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Monday

At the World Cup, Lionel Messi may finally be coming home

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Wednesday

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Encore: Cumbia, the musical backbone of Latin America

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Friday

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Wednesday

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Thursday

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Tuesday

Argentina's forward Lionel Messi reacts during his team's opening round 2-1 loss to Saudi Arabia at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Antonin Thuillier/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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