Latino Voices

The Hand You’re Dealt

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In life, as in cards, it’s all about the luck of the draw. On this week’s show, Latino USA tells stories about making the most out of difficult or complicated circumstances. Latinos in Denison, Iowa, grapple with living in the district of a controversial, anti-immigrant congressman.

Trump Should Reflect On Race And His Legacy After Museum Visit

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Today, President Trump toured the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, where he was shown everything from slavery to the present day ― depicting both the ugliness in our past and the progress that we have achieved.

Get Ready For A Ricky Martin Docuseries This Spring

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You’ll soon be able to see Ricky Martin shake his bon-bon from the comfort of your living room sofa.

From NPR's Latino USA: Women on the Verge

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This week we embrace the stereotype of the fast-talking, Spanish-speaking, over-dramatic woman, inspired by Pedro Almodóvar’s “Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown.” Two Latino USA producers set out to discover if watching all of Almodóvar’s movies back to back would make them more or less neurotic.

Immigration in the Now: What to do with a Pot of Stew

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Borders open, borders closed - it's the squeaky hinges of our immigration debate, our country's rusty door that just keeps up an unrelenting swinging. In the midst of our national debate about whether we should let folks in or keep them out, it's worth thinking about what the best conditions are for immigrants to assimilate into a new country.

Immigration Enforcers, Unleashed By Trump, Can Finally ‘Do Our Jobs Again’

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WASHINGTON ― When Donald Trump won the presidency in November, Shawn Moran’s border patrol colleagues high-fived and hugged each other.