Latino USA tells the story of Richard Oakes, a Native leader in the Red Power Movement of the 1960s, starting with his childhood in a Mohawk neighborhood in Brooklyn.
The Latino USA broadcast for November 16, 2018
Latino USA shadows Kevin de León's long-shot campaign to become California's first Latino senator. Also, a conversation with Dolores Huerta and her daughter, and singer/songwriter Draco Rosa.
How I Made It: Draco Rosa
Listen to multiple Grammy Award winner Draco Rosa speak about his career, his 1990s concept album Vagabundo and his new album Monte Sagrado, which comes after he beat his battle with cancer.
What the Wage Gap Costs Latinas
Latinas currently make about 54 cents on the dollar paid to every white non-Hispanic man, according to a new NYC Comptroller report. That is the lowest pay out of all races and ethnicities.
How I Made It: Yari Blanco Curates Community
Yari Blanco founded The Girl Mob, a digital sisterhood for women of color, after working for different media outlets where she felt a lack of support. She tells us about her experience.
What Data Tells Us About Latinos in NYC
Lazar Treschan, the Community Service Society of New York's director of youth policy sat down with Latino USA to talk about the data they've gathered about Latinos and education in New York City.
Author Erika L. Sánchez on Why She's Not a 'Perfect Mexican Daughter'
Erika L. Sánchez joins Latino USA to talk about her debut YA novel, "I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter."