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Hear our Latino USA show for June 7, 2019.
A child lost in translation and Elizabeth Acevedo.
My Own Private Brazil
In a personal essay, producer Julia Furlan, of NPR, explores her own relationship with Brazilian-American identity.
How I Made It: A Dominican Doula In A Not-So-Diverse Profession
In this "How I Made It" we hear from a Dominican doula about what it's like to break into a profession that is largely dominated by white women.
The Latino USA broadcast show for May 17, 2019.
Listen to the full Latino USA episode for May 17, 2019.
Crying, Dominican Doula and My Own Private Brazil
The State of the Labor Union
Héctor Figueroa, president of 32BJ SEIU, joins us to talk about Latinos in labor organizing and that state of labor unions today.