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A look at how an election glitch in the Dominican Republic sparked an uprising. Also, Maria Hinojosa sits down with rapper René Juan Pérez Joglar—better known as Residente.
Portrait Of: Boxer Patricio Manuel
Latino USA sits down with Patricio Manuel, the first openly transgender boxer to fight professionally in the U.S.
An interview with the author of "Hunger," and with boxer Patricio Manuel. Also, a new "How I Made It" segment with the Afro-Dominican band Yasser Tejeda & Palotré.
Our full Latino USA broadcast show for February 21, 2020.
Singer José Feliciano opens up about why he keeps the 70s alive and about one of his favorite relationships: the one he has with his guitar. Also, a conversation about love with poet Yesika Salgado.
How I Made It: A Latina Mountaineer Conquers The Highest Peaks
In 2018, Mountaineer Silvia Vásquez-Lavado successfully completed the seven summits challenge—by climbing the largest mountain on each continent. In this story, she shares what it was like.
Maria Hinojosa talks to Mexican rock icon Alejandra Guzmán. Also, a mother and daughter sit down to talk about how seven months of ICE family separation, over a decade ago, can leave a life-long mark.
Maria Hinojosa talks to four people at the center of the "American Dirt" controversy. Also, following slow government response to environmental emergencies, Puerto Rico demands answers.