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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.
In this two-part investigation, Latino USA delves into the increasing pressure put on refugees seeking safety in the United States via its southern border.
Part one of an investigation delving into the increasing pressure put on refugees seeking safety in the U.S. via its southern border. Also, inside a hospital where Latinos are fighting COVID-19.
Inside the U.S. immigration courts system. In partnership with Documented and Type Investigations.
How I Made It: La Doña
Cecilia Peña-Govea known as La Doña, a musical artist from San Francisco, tells us about one of her new songs "Cuando Se Van," a powerful anthem for a gentrifying city.
It's been tough adjusting to life in quarantine—which is why we turned to John Paul Brammer, author of the advice column "Hola Papi." Also, a look at Peru's journey to the 2018 World Cup.
As the U.S. faces the coronavirus pandemic, immigrants in ICE detention are in a vulnerable position. Also, Latino USA explores intuition.
How I Made It: Flor De Toloache
The women of Flor de Toloache share what it's like to be an all-female mariachi in a male-dominated music industry.