The transformation of Medellín, Colombia, from the murder capital of the world 30 years ago to one of the most innovative and tourist-friendly cities. Also, Andrés Cantor.
How I Made It: Jorge Drexler
In this edition of How I Made It, Grammy and Oscar-winning Uruguayan singer and songwriter, Jorge Drexler, discusses his song, "Movimiento," from his latest album.
A breakdown of the policies that have affected the lives of unaccompanied minors who make the trek to the U.S. Also, Luis Alberto Urrea and Jorge Drexler.
Carmen Carrera: I Want to Be Me
Carmen Carrera, Puerto Rican-Peruvian model and activist, on her life and her struggle with different identities.
The story of Elizabeth Ramirez and her friends, who were accused of sexual assault and have maintained that they are innocent for over 20 years. Also, a Spanish LGBTQ Anthem and Carmen Carrera.
How I Made It: Niña Dioz
Mexican rapper Niña Dioz breaks down "Tambalea," the first single from her latest album Reyna.
The story of Anthony Acevedo, the first registered Mexican-American Holocaust survivor. Also "The Latinos of Asia" and Niña Dioz's new album.
How I Made It: Monsieur Periné
Santiago Prieto, songwriter and string instrumentalist of Colombian "gypsy-jazz" band, Monsieur Periné, talks about how the band assembled their most recent album: Encanto tropical.