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Episode #2033: Children Of Smithfield, Puerto Ricans During COVID-19 & Alice Bag
How family members of meatpacking plant workers who came together to advocate for their families during COVID-19. Also, a look at Puerto Ricans during COVID-19, and an interview with Alice Bag.
Episode #2034: Migrant Student Farmworkers & José Ralat
Over 300,000 students in the U.S. migrate every year to work in agriculture—we visit a high school with a Migrant Student Club. Also, we speak to José Ralat, the Taco Editor at Texas Monthly Magazine.
Episode #2035: The Strange Death Of José De Jesús, Part One
In this first part of a special two-part series, Latino USA investigates why José de Jesús died in the custody of the U.S. government.
Episode #2036: The Strange Death Of José De Jesús, Part Two
In part two of our two-part special, we continue our investigation into the death of a man in a U.S. immigration detention center in 2015.
Episode #2037: Alzheimer's In Color And Rosita
Latino USA and Black Public Media bring you Alzheimer's In Color. Also, take a trip down Sesame Street with Rosita.
Episode #2032: Mississippi Raids
A year ago, on August 7th, 2019, ICE agents arrived at seven chicken processing plants in central Mississippi and arrested 680 workers. It was the largest single-state immigration raid in US history.
Remembering A Giant Of Chicano Literature: Rudolfo Anaya
We celebrate the life of Chicano literary giant Rudolfo Anaya, who passed away in June, by listening back to this 2012 conversation with Maria Hinojosa
How I Made It: Renee Goust
Mexican American singer-songwriter Renee Goust takes us through how she wrote one of her viral hits as she reframes traditional Mexican music to be more inclusive.