The 27-year-old singer is rising in the R&B and hip-hop scene.
Latino USA checks in with CommunityHealth, a free clinic in Chicago that’s run primarily by volunteers to serve people without health insurance, including many low-income and undocumented immigrants.
In this episode, Vox politics and policy reporter Catherine Kim expands on her recent reporting on the challenges low-income immigrants face during a widespread pandemic.
Latino USA reached out to the Boyle Heights Beat, a bilingual community newspaper produced by youth reporters, and handed them the mic.
An unprecedented 32 million Latinos are projected to be eligible to vote in the 2020 presidential elections.
For the public, the postponement of the municipal elections was the last straw in what they view as a series of concerns they have with the country’s most powerful political party.
In this episode of Latino USA, Maria Hinojosa sits down with Residente to talk about his activist childhood and to dig into the mind of the man o dig into the mind of the man who has experimented with so many musical genres.
The band visited the Latino USA office to play “Nuestras Raíces” and “Amor Arrayano.”
Latino USA continues its coverage of the Democratic field for the presidential nomination. This time, we sit down with the senator from Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren.
For this Valentine’s Day edition of Latino USA, poet Yesika Salgado heads with Maria Hinojosa to the Hunts Point Produce Market, the largest wholesale produce market in the world, to try to identify the sexiest, most romantic fruit. Then they sit down to talk about relationships
In this conversation with Maria Hinojosa, José Feliciano opens up about why he keeps the 70s alive and about one of his favorite relationships—the one he has with his guitar.
The Puerto Rican musician, singer and composer also spoke to Maria Hinojosa for an upcoming Latino USA episode.
For seventeen years, Ornella Pedrozo thought of her mom’s detainment by ICE as her deepest darkest secret. Until a couple months ago, when she decided to write a letter to her mom about it.
Recently, a local blogger broadcast his discovery of a warehouse full of aid supplies in Ponce, Puerto Rico, through Facebook Live. The public outrage was immediate.
Maria Hinojosa speaks to four people at the heart of the current controversy.
Jessie Reyez talks about the role that music played in her childhood, how she writes through her own emotional pain, and how even when her fans sing along to her saddest songs—she feels more connected to them than ever.
A special episode from NPR’s Code Switch, reporter Adrian Florido headed down to Puerto Rico and attended many cockfights to understand what the ban means for locals.
In the 1970s, a string of devastating fires would turn the South Bronx into a symbol of urban decay. Latino USA visits the South Bronx to interview Vivian Vázquez Irizarry, co-director of the documentary ‘Decade of Fire.’
Jessie Reyez stopped by Latino USA‘s office to perform “Far Away,” and her Spanish-language song titled “Sola.”
In this conversation, Cristela Alonzo gets personal about the shame she felt about poverty as a child, how the singer Selena Quintanilla inspired her and she shares personal stories from her new memoir.
In March 2018, just months after Hurricane María, an eccentric group of cryptocurrency enthusiasts arrived in Puerto Rico. Latino USA follows them for almost two years, from crypto-boom to crypto-bust.