In this episode of Latino USA, Maria Hinojosa speaks to CNN journalist Omar Jimenez about his path into journalism and what was running through his mind while he was getting arrested while reporting live.
In this edition of Latino USA’s “Portrait Of” series, Maria Hinojosa talks with Arca from her home in Barcelona about growing up in Venezuela, her philosophies around music, and about finding herself as a trans woman.
In this Latino USA segment, organizer Oscar Diaz tells us how Body Hack became an international, all-day virtual extravaganza that embodies a world where trans and queer communities can thrive.
In this episode of Latino USA, we explore why one of the largest economies in the world has failed to combat the pandemic.
In conversation with Maria Hinojosa, Edwidge Danticat reached back to several cases of police violence against Black men and women in New York City in the ’80s and ’90s, cases that echo the current moment.
Today on Latino USA, a story from over 100 years ago, when an intrepid Texas state representative named José Tomás Canales led an investigation into the abuses of the Texas Rangers.
In this segment of “How I Made It” from Latino USA, Lido Pimienta talks about her love for traditional Colombian music, the story of her new album “Miss Colombia”, and how she created a song she would have liked to hear as a kid.
In the first of several conversations Latino USA will be having about this moment, Clemente talked about the ongoing work in movements for racial justice, how the Latinx community can take action, and where we go from here.
They got creative, and thanks to their efforts Puerto Rico went from the bottom of the list to administering more than 100,000 molecular tests for the virus.
Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, 26-year-old daughter Civia Hernández has been working to adapt and bring the farm online, to survive in this new world.
With encouragement and financial assistance, Mexico has been building itself up as more than a place asylum seekers transit through on the way to the U.S.—it wants to be a “destination” for asylum seekers itself.
To get a look inside the Bellevue ICU and learn about the patients still fighting for their lives against COVID-19, Latino USA spoke with Dr. Susan Cohen, the hospital’s Director of Palliative Care.
Latino USA visits Ciudad Juárez, where they tell the story of a mother and daughter who have been mired in a web of changing policy and subjected to ongoing violence.
In this episode, Latino USA partners up with Documented, a nonprofit news site that covers immigrants in New York City, to get a behind the scenes look at the experience of trying to navigate the immigration courts as an asylum-seeker under the Trump Administration.
From Texas, the story of two Latino-owned businesses who have been trying to access relief funds and have come up short in a very crucial moment for their businesses.
In this new addition to our “Portrait Of” series, Maria Hinojosa sits down with the rock star to learn about his rise to the top, his love-hate relationship with touring, what keeps him going after all these years, and his new album.
Just across the Mystic River from Boston is the city that has the highest per capita rate of infection in Massachusetts. It’s the city of Chelsea.
In this episode of Latino USA, Maria Hinojosa sits down with John Paul Brammer to talk about giving advice in the midst of a historic pandemic, and later he answers questions from the show’s listeners.
In this segment, journalist Natasha S. Alford joins Latino USA to explain what factors have lead to the undercount of the island’s black residents.
In this episode, Latino USA talks to Latino voters in Pennsylvania about their priorities, as well as with a political scientist from the University of California Berkeley about the challenges ahead for Biden and how COVID-19 has changed the race.