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  1. A Tragedy in Iowa Turned Political2018/09/14
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  2. Portrait Of: Perez Hilton2018/09/11
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  3. The Stolen Child2018/09/07
    For decades in Argentina, Delia and her granddaughter Virginia searched for Virginia's brother, Delia's missing grandson. He was one of the hundreds of babies disappeared during the country's military dictatorship back in the 1970's. They're one of many families who suffered trauma and disruption following the regime's fall, as Argentina struggled to face its dark history.
  4. Portrait Of: Comedian Julio Torres2018/09/04
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  5. The Kid Mero Roasts America, One Trump Joke at a Time2018/08/31
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  6. It's a Small World, After All2018/08/28
    Latino USA takes a look back at Disney's relationship with Latin America. We start in the 1940s when Walt Disney and a group of animators were deployed by the U.S. government to Latin America in efforts to curb Nazi influence there. Then, we hear from a Chilean writer who wrote a book called "How to Read Donald Duck," critiquing Disney comics' American imperialism in the 1970s.
  7. An Update for You Binge-Listeners! 2018/08/24
    The Latino USA feed is now going to be longer. Soon - you can access the 50 latest episodes we publish, instead of just the last 30. That's why you may have gotten a bunch of annoying notifications for new episodes on your phone - sorry about that. Happy listening!
  8. How I Made It: The Summer Music Spectacular2018/08/23
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  9. The Quevedos2018/08/21
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  10. Torn Apart 2: The Moral Dilemma of Juan Sanchez2018/08/17
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  11. Torn Apart 1: Sign Here2018/08/14
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  12. The USA v. Oscar López Rivera2018/08/10
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  13. The Skeleton by the Lake2018/08/03
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  14. The Port of Entry2018/07/31
    The wait time for migrants seeking asylum at legal ports of entry along the U.S.-Mexico border has recently increased from hours to weeks, causing some families to camp out for days. We go to the border to meet some of the people waiting there and explain the asylum process in the United States.
  15. Portrait Of: Miguel2018/07/27
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  16. Nicaragua in Crisis2018/07/24
    Sandinistas. Protests. Violence. Keeping up with what's happening in Nicaragua over the last few months has not been easy. It's a conflict that has roots in the current social climate of the country but also its fraught political history. Latino USA breaks down the root causes and realities of the conflict in Nicaragua that have been rocking the country since April.
  17. Valley of Contrasts2018/07/20
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  18. Portrait Of: 80s Ball Subculture in FX's 'Pose'2018/07/17
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  19. With You, Peru2018/07/13
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  20. Portrait Of: Tanya Saracho Gives Us 'Vida'2018/07/10
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  21. The Breakdown: Frida Barbie2018/07/06
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  22. Mexico's New, Leftist President2018/07/03
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  23. Puerto Rico's Financial Storm, Part Two2018/06/29
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  24. Puerto Rico's Financial Storm, Part One2018/06/26
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  25. Junot & Me (Too)2018/06/22
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  26. '#FreeAle': The Internet's Favorite Immigrant Activist2018/06/19
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  27. The Remarkable Rebirth of Medellín2018/06/15
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  28. How I Made It: The Man Behind the 'Gooooooooool!'2018/06/13
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  29. Dos a Cero: A Mexico-USA Rivalry Is Born2018/06/11
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  30. Portrait Of: Luis Alberto Urrea, Mexican-American Chronicler2018/06/08
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  31. The San Antonio 42018/06/05
    In the early nineties, Elizabeth Ramirez and three friends—all lesbians— were accused of sexually assaulting two children, and were later convicted and incarcerated in San Antonio. The San Antonio Four, as they came to be known, have maintained that they are innocent for over 20 years. They say their conviction was a result of the "Satanic panic" and homophobia.
  32. Unaccompanied and Unaccounted For2018/05/31
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  33. How I Made It: Alaska, on an LGBTQ Anthem en Español2018/05/29
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  34. The Diary of an 'Undesirable'2018/05/25
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  35. Portrait Of: 'The Latinos Of Asia'2018/05/22
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  36. Of Bloodlines and Conquistadors2018/05/18
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  37. Spanish as a First Language2018/05/11
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  38. How I Made It: Mimi Valdés on 'Roxanne Roxanne'2018/05/08
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  39. A Scarier, Sexier Drácula2018/05/04
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  40. Our Woman in Havana2018/05/01
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  41. The Breakdown: Scooby Doo Pa Pa2018/04/28
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  42. Navigating the Maze of Higher Education2018/04/27
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  43. Portrait Of: Jorge Ramos2018/04/23
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  44. Estrella2018/04/20
    In 2017, an undocumented transgender woman named Estrella González went to court to file a protective order against her abusive ex-boyfriend. Little did she know, there were immigration agents waiting to apprehend her. Latino USA looks at the case of Estrella and explores what it tells us about how the tactics and procedures of ICE have changed.
  45. The Census Controversy, Explained2018/04/16
    "Is this person a citizen of the United States?" Dozens of states and cities are suing the Trump administration over this proposed question on the upcoming 2020 census. NPR's National Correspondent on U.S. Demographics Hansi Lo Wang joins us to break down the census and why the question of citizenship is controversial.
  46. The Mothers Who Hunt for Mass Graves2018/04/13
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  47. "Mexicans Don't Play Basketball"2018/04/10
    In 1939, a Mexican-American San Antonio high school basketball team shocked the nation. At the time, basketball was a white man's game, and no one expected an all-Mexican-American team to not only play basketball—but play it well. Yet at the moment of their greatest triumph, things suddenly took a turn for the worst.
  48. Portrait Of: Junot Díaz2018/04/06
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  49. How I Made It: Yesika Salgado's Love Poem to Los Angeles2018/04/04
    Yesika Salgado is a Los Angeles-based Salvadoran poet. Her newest book of poetry, Corazón, is an intimate look at her childhood, her parent's home country of El Salvador, and personal experiences of love and loss as a self-described "fat brown woman" living in L.A. On this installment of Latino USA's "How I Made It" segment, Salgado breaks down her love poem to Los Angeles titled, "What I Know."
  50. Portrait Of: Leafar Seyer, Cholo Goth2018/04/02
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Latino USA, the radio journal of news and culture, is the only national, English-language radio program produced from a Latino perspective.

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