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  1. The Mothers Who Hunt for Mass Graves2018/04/13
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  2. "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.
  3. Portrait Of: Junot Díaz2018/04/06
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  4. 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."
  5. Portrait Of: Leafar Seyer, Cholo Goth2018/04/02
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  6. Foreigner at Birth2018/03/30
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  7. Portrait Of: Luis Fonsi2018/03/27
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  8. The Incident2018/03/23
    A violent crime and a teenager from New York. What kind of punishment should a young person get for committing a horrible act? That's the question we try to answer today with a story from "Caught," a new podcast from WNYC Studios about the lives of kids caught up in the criminal justice system.
  9. How Peruvian Psychedelic Cumbia Made Its Way to L.A.2018/03/20
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  10. Livin' Lagordiloca2018/03/16
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  11. Pump Up the Jam: L.A.'s Backyard Party Scene2018/03/13
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  12. They See Me Rollin'2018/03/09
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  13. Rodeo2018/03/02
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  14. Portrait Of: Valeria Luiselli (Live at the 92Y)2018/02/27
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  15. Marie From Missouri2018/02/23
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  16. Afro-Latinidad: Who Gets to Claim It?2018/02/20
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  17. All They Will Call You Will Be Deportees2018/02/16
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  18. Oscars Special: 'Coco' and 'A Fantastic Woman'2018/02/14
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  19. It's My Podcast and I'll Cry If I Want To2018/02/09
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  20. Portrait Of: Justina Machado2018/02/06
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  21. The Hole2018/02/02
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  22. Our Year of Despacito2018/01/28
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  23. Who Started the Nipomo Fire?2018/01/26
    In April 2016, an arsonist torched a home that strawberry growers were building near Santa Maria, California. The fire followed weeks of protests from neighbors when they found out it would be filled with workers who were part of the H-2A agricultural work visa program. But many locals don't seem to want farmworker housing in their neighborhoods.
  24. The Ballad of Cherán2018/01/19
    The small town of Cherán in Michoacán, Mexico, sits amidst pine trees, and most of its residents make money off of the resin they tap. But when drug cartels turned their attention to Cherán's pine trees and began illegally logging them to make a quick buck, the townspeople decided that enough was enough.
  25. The Rise and Fall of a Latin King2018/01/12
    The Latin Kings have often been called one of the most violent street gangs in the U.S. But what many people don't know is that for a period of time in the late 1990's, one man transformed the gang into something else, or at least tried. That man was Antonio Fernandez aka King Tone. This is his story.
  26. Portrait Of Eddie Palmieri2018/01/09
    Maria Hinojosa sits down the Latin jazz legend Eddie Palmieri. At 81, Palmieri is considered one the major forces behind the Latin jazz boom that hit New York City in the 1970s. His latest album is titled Sabiduría, which means wisdom. He imparts some of the stories and wisdom he's gleaned from his long memorable career.
  27. The Death Count2018/01/05
    Puerto Rico was devastated by Hurricane Maria, but the official death count is still very low—suspiciously low, to some. Latino USA visits Puerto Rico to investigate the death count and to find out why the local government may have miscounted the dead. This story is a collaboration with Reveal and Puerto Rico's Centro de Periodismo Investigativo.
  28. New Year, New Us2018/01/02
    Announcing some exciting changes for the Latino USA podcast! Plus, a preview of upcoming stories.
  29. #1801 - Let's Get Funky: A New Year's Mixtape2017/12/29
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  30. #1752 - You Are Cordially Invited to Hailey's Quinceañera2017/12/22
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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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