English and Spanish are the most commonly spoken languages in the U.S., and some people see Spanglish -- a hybrid of the two -- as the future. Latinx youth are embracing Spanglish in ways previous generations were told was unacceptable, freely using un poquito de eso and a little bit of that in conversation. We talk about the origins of Spanglish, how people are using it today and why it’s growing.
Living La Vida Spanglish
Colombian American singer Kali Uchis is known for singing songs in both Spanish and English. (Gabriel Olsen/Getty Images)
Fernando Hurtado, producer/editor with the NBC Owned TV Stations and NBCLX, a new millennial/Gen Z news network.
Lalo Alcaraz, creator of the syndicated daily comic strip La Cucaracha, author, entertainment consultant, co-host of the “Pocho Hour of Power” on KPFK and founder of the satirical website Pocho.com
Joanna Hausmann, Venezuelan-American comedian, writer, actress, and co-host of the "Hyphenated" podcast