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Updated December 2019
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Latino USA
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Latino USA offers insight into the lived experiences of Latino communities and is a window on the current and merging cultural, political and social ideas impacting Latinos and the nation.
 
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Latino USA
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Latino USA offers insight into the lived experiences of Latino communities and is a window on the current and merging cultural, political and social ideas impacting Latinos and the nation.
 
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Latino USA
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Latino USA offers insight into the lived experiences of Latino communities and is a window on the current and merging cultural, political and social ideas impacting Latinos and the nation.
 
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In The Thick
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Journalists of color tell you what you’re missing from the mainstream news. Co-hosted by award-winning journalists Maria Hinojosa and Julio Ricardo Varela, IN THE THICK has the conversations about race, identity and politics few people are discussing or want to discuss.
 
Humor, commentary and analysis of the US Latino world. Engaging traviesos. A 2019 iHeart Radio Podcast Awards nominee for Best Multicultural Podcast.
 
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In The Thick
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Journalists of color tell you what you’re missing from the mainstream news. Co-hosted by award-winning journalists Maria Hinojosa and Julio Ricardo Varela, IN THE THICK has the conversations about race, identity and politics few people are discussing or want to discuss.
 
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Jorge Borges
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Welcome to Jorge Borges, where amazing things happen.
 
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Hackers Con Calle
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Everyday society depends more on electronics, social media etc, and by doing so they expose their private data to the public eye. Each Saturday, join Hackers Con Calle is a group of Cyber Security professionals dedicated to inform the audience of current trends and a how to protect the digital life.
 
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urbanista na NiTfm
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Pessoas, coisas e músicas maravilhosas, na rádio que usa a música como fonte de inspiração.
 
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Maria and Julio are back with an ITT Sound Off! They give updates on the impeachment inquiry and the 2020 Democratic primary race. They also discuss the latest reporting on immigration and border detention facilities. ITT Staff Picks Democrats are moving fast on impeachment, via Vox What an all-white debate stage would mean for the Democratic P ...…
 
Latino USA goes inside the biggest free health clinic in the country, which serves only people without insurance. There are nearly 28 million uninsured people in the United States, and for some of them, free clinics are their safety net. For undocumented people, healthcare options are very limited. For this story, we spend three days behind the ...…
 
Latino USA goes inside the biggest free health clinic in the country, which serves only people without insurance. There are nearly 28 million uninsured people in the United States, and for some of them, free clinics are their safety net. For undocumented people, healthcare options are very limited. For this story, we spend three days behind the ...…
 
Latino USA goes inside the biggest free health clinic in the country, which serves only people without insurance. There are nearly 28 million uninsured people in the United States, and for some of them, free clinics are their safety net. For undocumented people, healthcare options are very limited. For this story, we spend three days behind the ...…
 
Maria and Julio are joined by Esther Wang, senior staff writer with Jezebel, and LaTosha Brown, cofounder of Black Voters Matter and 2019 Harvard IOP Fellow, to talk about Mayor Pete Buttigieg's struggle with Black and Latino support, and how that's an extension of his poor track record with those exact constituencies in South Bend, Indiana. Th ...…
 
Maria and Julio are joined by Esther Wang, senior staff writer with Jezebel, and LaTosha Brown, cofounder of Black Voters Matter and 2019 Harvard IOP Fellow, to talk about Mayor Pete Buttigieg's struggle with Black and Latino support, and how that's an extension of his poor track record with those exact constituencies in South Bend, Indiana. Th ...…
 
We took the holiday weekend off, but our friends at the Latino Media Collective got us covered with one of their shows from earlier this year. In this episode, the LMC proves that you can find Latinos in the most unlikeliest of places. Catherine Travis, Professor of Modern European Languages in the School of Literature, Languages and Linguistic ...…
 
In this episode we get into the issues of wealth when it comes to land/home ownership and the perils of capitalism. Maria and Julio talk with Aaron Glantz, senior reporter with Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting about his new book, "Homewreckers: How a Gang of Wall Street Kingpins, Hedge Fund Magnates, Crooked Banks, and Vulture ...…
 
In this episode we get into the issues of wealth when it comes to land/home ownership and the perils of capitalism. Maria and Julio talk with Aaron Glantz, senior reporter with Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting about his new book, "Homewreckers: How a Gang of Wall Street Kingpins, Hedge Fund Magnates, Crooked Banks, and Vulture ...…
 
On Thanksgiving Day, hundreds of people gather on Alcatraz Island, the famous former prison and one of the largest tourist attractions in San Francisco, for a sunrise ceremony to honor Indigenous culture and history. Fifty years ago, an intertribal group of students and activists took over the island for over 16 months in an act of political re ...…
 
On Thanksgiving Day, hundreds of people gather on Alcatraz Island, the famous former prison and one of the largest tourist attractions in San Francisco, for a sunrise ceremony to honor Indigenous culture and history. Fifty years ago, an intertribal group of students and activists took over the island for over 16 months in an act of political re ...…
 
On Thanksgiving Day, hundreds of people gather on Alcatraz Island, the famous former prison and one of the largest tourist attractions in San Francisco, for a sunrise ceremony to honor Indigenous culture and history. Fifty years ago, an intertribal group of students and activists took over the island for over 16 months in an act of political re ...…
 
Maria and Julio are joined by Ai-jen Poo, senior advisor to Care in Action, executive director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance and the co-director of Caring Across Generations, and Alexsis Rodgers, Care in Action's Virginia state director, to discuss the history of the domestic care movement, and how its legacy of slavery and racism i ...…
 
Maria and Julio are joined by Ai-jen Poo, senior advisor to Care in Action, executive director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance and the co-director of Caring Across Generations, and Alexsis Rodgers, Care in Action's Virginia state director, to discuss the history of the domestic care movement, and how its legacy of slavery and racism i ...…
 
Last Thursday in South Carolina, Carlos Rojas of Movimiento Cosecha was translating questions from Silvia Morreno of Dignidad Inmigrante to presidential candidate Joe Biden. By the end of the exchange about Obama's deportation legacy, Biden was telling Rojas to vote for Trump. We talk with Rojas about what happened and what he thinks it means f ...…
 
Julio is joined by guest co-host Jamilah King for this week's ITT Sound Off. They discuss highlights of the fifth Democratic debate and how some candidates have been talking about immigration. Plus, they give the latest on the public impeachment inquiry. ITT Staff Picks: Coming out of this debate, the Democratic primary is still anyone's race, ...…
 
Julio is joined by guest co-host Jamilah King for this week's ITT Sound Off. They discuss highlights of the fifth Democratic debate and how some candidates have been talking about immigration. Plus, they give the latest on the public impeachment inquiry. ITT Staff Picks: Coming out of this debate, the Democratic primary is still anyone's race, ...…
 
When Gabby Rivera wrote her coming-of-age novel "Juliet Takes a Breath" in 2016, she didn't know that it would get her attention from an unusual place: Marvel Comics. They asked her to write for America Chavez, their first queer Latina superhero. Gabby said yes. But as she was writing for their superhero, she found herself swept up in #comicsga ...…
 
When Gabby Rivera wrote her coming-of-age novel "Juliet Takes a Breath" in 2016, she didn't know that it would get her attention from an unusual place: Marvel Comics. They asked her to write for America Chavez, their first queer Latina superhero. Gabby said yes. But as she was writing for their superhero, she found herself swept up in #comicsga ...…
 
When Gabby Rivera wrote her coming-of-age novel "Juliet Takes a Breath" in 2016, she didn't know that it would get her attention from an unusual place: Marvel Comics. They asked her to write for America Chavez, their first queer Latina superhero. Gabby said yes. But as she was writing for their superhero, she found herself swept up in #comicsga ...…
 
In 1994, a ballot measure aimed at targeting undocumented immigrants in California by denying families public services —from barring children from public schools to access to non-emergency public health care— was passed 59 percent to 41 percent, but never implemented. That was Proposition 187. Maria and Julio are joined by Gustavo Arellano, L.A ...…
 
In 1994, a ballot measure aimed at targeting undocumented immigrants in California by denying families public services —from barring children from public schools to access to non-emergency public health care— was passed 59 percent to 41 percent, but never implemented. That was Proposition 187. Maria and Julio are joined by Gustavo Arellano, L.A ...…
 
Earlier this month, Regina Romero was elected the first woman mayor of Tucson, Arizona, as well as the first Latina or Latino to ever hold that office in the city's history. LR contributor Joseph Paul Wright had a chance to connect with Romero to talk about her win. Featured image via Regina Romero's official Facebook page.…
 
Over the last two years, reporter Sarah Fuss Kessler has been following the story of a Latina high school teacher in the farming town of Merced, California. The teacher reported being sexually harassed by a white basketball coach at her high school. What followed would shake up the entire school district. Latino USA sat down with Sarah to talk ...…
 
Over the last two years, reporter Sarah Fuss Kessler has been following the story of a Latina high school teacher in the farming town of Merced, California. The teacher reported being sexually harassed by a white basketball coach at her high school. What followed would shake up the entire school district. Latino USA sat down with Sarah to talk ...…
 
Over the last two years, reporter Sarah Fuss Kessler has been following the story of a Latina high school teacher in the farming town of Merced, California. The teacher reported being sexually harassed by a white basketball coach at her high school. What followed would shake up the entire school district. Latino USA sat down with Sarah to talk ...…
 
The last few months have seen a series of peaceful and violent events in Latin America that have challenged existing governments, elected new leaders and even caused the sudden end of Evo Morales' presidency in Bolivia. As news breaks almost daily throughout the region, we take a moment and try to dissect takeaways with Eli López, Senior Editor ...…
 
In this week's Sound Off, Maria and Julio talk the latest with the now televised impeachment proceedings and what it all means for our democracy. They also discuss the complexities and history of political turmoil in Bolivia with Evo Morales now seeking political asylum in Mexico amidst the ongoing protests and many outcrying this as a coup. Ma ...…
 
In this week's Sound Off, Maria and Julio talk the latest with the now televised impeachment proceedings and what it all means for our democracy. They also discuss the complexities and history of political turmoil in Bolivia with Evo Morales now seeking political asylum in Mexico amidst the ongoing protests and many outcrying this as a coup. Ma ...…
 
Our miniseries about California's Proposition 187, in collaboration with the Los Angeles Times, continues with a special bonus episode. Host Gustavo Arellano speaks with the former governor of California, Republican Pete Wilson. In 1994, Pete Wilson attached himself and his re-election campaign to Prop 187. Gustavo Arellano sits down with the g ...…
 
Our miniseries about California's Proposition 187, in collaboration with the Los Angeles Times, continues with a special bonus episode. Host Gustavo Arellano speaks with the former governor of California, Republican Pete Wilson. In 1994, Pete Wilson attached himself and his re-election campaign to Prop 187. Gustavo Arellano sits down with the g ...…
 
Our miniseries about California's Proposition 187, in collaboration with the Los Angeles Times, continues with a special bonus episode. Host Gustavo Arellano speaks with the former governor of California, Republican Pete Wilson. In 1994, Pete Wilson attached himself and his re-election campaign to Prop 187. Gustavo Arellano sits down with the g ...…
 
This summer at the Latin Alternative Music Conference in New York City, Latino Rebels sat down with singer, producer and songwriter Linda Briceño. In honor of the 20th anniversary of the Latin Grammys, we air a special Latin Grammy themed episode. At the 2018 Latin Grammys, Linda made history as the first woman to win Producer of the Year. The ...…
 
Javier Zamora was nine years-old when he made the journey from El Salvador to the U.S.-Mexico border. Last year, nearly 20 years later, he returned to the country where he was born, to apply for a visa that will allow him to continue to live in the U.S. In this award-winning episode from our vault, we follow Javier's return in his own words: th ...…
 
Javier Zamora was nine years-old when he made the journey from El Salvador to the U.S.-Mexico border. Last year, nearly 20 years later, he returned to the country where he was born, to apply for a visa that will allow him to continue to live in the U.S. In this award-winning episode from our vault, we follow Javier's return in his own words: th ...…
 
Javier Zamora was nine years-old when he made the journey from El Salvador to the U.S.-Mexico border. Last year, nearly 20 years later, he returned to the country where he was born, to apply for a visa that will allow him to continue to live in the U.S. In this award-winning episode from our vault, we follow Javier's return in his own words: th ...…
 
Maria and Julio are joined by L.A. based comedian, Charla Lauriston to talk about representation, the importance of comedy and the impact of political satire. Originally from Haiti, Charla has written for shows like Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Comedy Central’s Why? W/ Hannibal Buress, and TBS’s The Last OG and she co-hosts the new podcast The Se ...…
 
Maria and Julio are joined by L.A. based comedian, Charla Lauriston to talk about representation, the importance of comedy and the impact of political satire. Originally from Haiti, Charla has written for shows like Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Comedy Central’s Why? W/ Hannibal Buress, and TBS’s The Last OG and she co-hosts the new podcast The Se ...…
 
Here is one story out of Puerto Rico you might not be hearing much about. This Wednesday, the island-colony's Senate is planning to vote on changes to the Civil Code. The problem is that some of the changes would severely limit the rights of different groups in Puerto Rico, from women to the LGBTQ community. We talk with activist Pedro Julio Se ...…
 
Our friends at the Latino Media Collective from D.C. guest host this latest episode of Latino Rebels Radio. Following one of the largest immigration ICE raids in years, the LMC speaks with Angela Stuesse about the recent history of Mississippi's Latino community and how labor exploitation by the state's food-processing industry brought them the ...…
 
In this week's ITT Sound Off, Maria and Julio talk about the results of Tuesday's elections and give an update on the latest with the impeachment proceedings. They also discuss the recent massacre of LeBaron family members in northern Mexico. ITT Staff Picks: What impeachment could mean for the 2020 election, via FiveThirtyEight The Virginia el ...…
 
In this week's ITT Sound Off, Maria and Julio talk about the results of Tuesday's elections and give an update on the latest with the impeachment proceedings. They also discuss the recent massacre of LeBaron family members in northern Mexico. ITT Staff Picks: What impeachment could mean for the 2020 election, via FiveThirtyEight The Virginia el ...…
 
In early October, the Chilean government raised the price of the metro, triggering the largest protests in Chile's history. Latino USA speaks with Chilean investigative journalist Paulette Desormeaux, who's been covering the protests and speaking with Chileans about why they're in the streets and what they want to see change in Chile. We talk a ...…
 
In early October, the Chilean government raised the price of the metro, triggering the largest protests in Chile's history. Latino USA speaks with Chilean investigative journalist Paulette Desormeaux, who's been covering the protests and speaking with Chileans about why they're in the streets and what they want to see change in Chile. We talk a ...…
 
In early October, the Chilean government raised the price of the metro, triggering the largest protests in Chile's history. Latino USA speaks with Chilean investigative journalist Paulette Desormeaux, who's been covering the protests and speaking with Chileans about why they're in the streets and what they want to see change in Chile. We talk a ...…
 
We thought the issue of self-identity in the U.S. Latino community when it comes to using LATINX was so 2015, but apparently not? The last few weeks, a debate that some (like us) would say is just manufactured has been front and center. LR Radio's Julio Ricardo Varela talks with guest Giancarlo Sopo, whose USA Today opinion piece from late Octo ...…
 
Maria and Julio travel to Eastern Connecticut State University in Willimantic, CT for a live show to discuss the state's immigrant and Latinx communities. Connecticut provides many protections to the over 100,000 undocumented immigrants, but the community still faces discrimination. Our ITT hosts are joined by guests Charles Venator-Santiago, a ...…
 
Maria and Julio travel to Eastern Connecticut State University in Willimantic, CT for a live show to discuss the state's immigrant and Latinx communities. Connecticut provides many protections to the over 100,000 undocumented immigrants, but the community still faces discrimination. Our ITT hosts are joined by guests Charles Venator-Santiago, a ...…
 
Writer Y.B., who we are identifying by her initials for the safety of her family, immigrated from Morelos, Mexico to New York City with her family over two decades ago. Since then, they've been living in Queens as undocumented immigrants. While Y.B. eventually was able to become a DACA recipient, her mother and uncle are still undocumented. She ...…
 
Writer Y.B., who we are identifying by her initials for the safety of her family, immigrated from Morelos, Mexico to New York City with her family over two decades ago. Since then, they've been living in Queens as undocumented immigrants. While Y.B. eventually was able to become a DACA recipient, her mother and uncle are still undocumented. She ...…
 
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