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Latino USA

Monday 8:00AM - 9:00AM

English-language radio journal of Latino music and culture.

Sabiduría: The Undocumented Candidate

Feb 28, 2014

Emilio Vicente is an undocumented person and a student at the University of North Carolina. He recently ran for Student Body President.

Rockapulco

Feb 28, 2014

New York City is known for a lot of things - but not surfing. Three surf instructors from the New York Surf School show Maria the radical side of New York City.

Paranormal Laredo

Feb 28, 2014

Latino USA's Senior Producer, A.C. Valdez, takes us to the border city of Laredo, Texas, to meet people conducting research into paranormal occurrences and strange happenings.

Sabiduría: César Chávez

Feb 24, 2014

For this week's wisdom, or sabiduría, we go back and hear from worker's rights legend Cesar Chavez. He discusses change that can arise from boycotts, but the ideas involved can go much further.

David Beckham: ¡Bienvenido A Miami!

Feb 24, 2014

David Beckham is bringing a major league soccer team to Miami. Maria Hinojosa talks to editor in chief of LatinoSports.com Cesar Diaz.

Latina Image

Feb 24, 2014

Veronica Marché Miller talks with Latino USA host Maria Hinojosa about whether stock photos really affect our perceptions of women.

Living with Alzheimer's

Mar 26, 2012

Mon. 3/26 8:30a: We continue our yearlong reporting series on health issues and Latinos. María Hinojosa spends time with the Obando family in Queens, New York, to give you a glimpse of what it’s like to live with Alzheimer’s disease. And for the news, María Hinojosa speaks to Dr. Christian Maisch, a professor and the associate dean of the Washington Semester program at American University in Washington, DC.

Mon. 12/19 8:30a: During President Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign, the President promised to create 5 million green jobs to boost the clean energy sector, lower skyrocketing unemployment and end America’s dependence on foreign oil. Has that happened?

12/12 8:30a: This week, we remember Haitian human rights activist Sonia Pierre, who passed away this week outside of her Villa Altagracia home in the Dominican Republic. She dedicated her life to fighting for the rights of Haitian immigrants and their children living in the Dominican Republic.

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