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Voices: I Dream in English
A son in an immigrant family recalls how language defined his childhood and adolescent journey as he adapted to life in the U.S.
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Is Your Child Safely Buckled In Your Car?
Programs are reaching out to Latino families during Child Passenger Safety Week about the importance of buckling up-and doing it correctly.
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In California's 'Salad Bowl,' Ruthless Gang Rises
A award-winning investigative journalist spent ten years chronicling the rise of the Nuestra Familia gang as well as those fighting it.
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Prisoners Kept Handcuffed in Children's Playground
Suspected criminals are being held in handcuffs at a public park in Colombia's capital because of overcrowding at a detention center.
Meet Houston Symphony's 1st Latino Music Director
Jessica Montoya Coggins
Internationally renowned Colombian conductor Andrés Orozco-Estrada makes his debut this weekend and aims to bring more into the classical music fold.
Americas Latino Eco-Festival Aims For Action
The Festival puts together renowned activists, green technology entrepreneurs and celebrities to harness Latino activism for environmental action.
Designing History: 9/11 Memorial's Ricardo Mulero
Puerto Rican Ricardo Mulero has earned a place in history as the design team leader behind the National September 11 Memorial and Museum exhibition.
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Brazil Calls Attention To Human Trafficking
Rio de Janeiro's Christ the Redeemer lit up on Wednesday evening to bring awareness to human trafficking in Brazil.
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Venezuela Closer to U.N. Security Council Seat
Venezuela has received the support of other Latin American countries and could secure what the late Hugo Chavez wanted -a U.N. Security Council seat.
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After 9/11: 'The Good Is Still There'
Raul A. Reyes
Actress, philanthropist and mother Iliana Guibert-McGinnis says "gestures from total strangers" have been a great source of strength.
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Poll: Latinos Sour On Parties, Obama
A new NBC/WSJ/Telemundo poll of Latino registered voters found increased worry about the direction of the country.
At UT-Austin, Latino Studies Get New Focus
Raul A. Reyes
Mexican Americans have a rich history at the University of Texas, but there was no academic department for Mexican American and Latino studies until now.
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A Colossal, Space-Age Airport in Mexico?
Ioan Grillo, GlobalPost
Mexico's President has outlined a plan for a massive, space-age designed airport. Though he promises thousands oj jobs, some are skeptical.
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Next Generation Of Latina Designers
Alexandra Campbell Howe
Two young Latina designers are part of the next generation generating attention at New York's Fashion Week.
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A Shift on Immigration Politics? New Poll Says Yes
A new poll from NBC News and the Wall Street Journal shows that support for a pathway to citizenship has slid since last year.
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Rhode Island Latinos In Tight Primary Races
Two Latinos - one vying for the governor's seat and one for secretary of state - both face challenging primary nominations.
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Cruz Implores Reid to Hold 'Amnesty' Vote Before Midterms
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, calls on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to hold a vote on "amnesty" for those in the country illegally.
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Mexico Cops Nabbed in U.S. Slaying of Cartel Lawyer
Three held in brazen "hit" on drug cartel lawyer who was later revealed to be Department of Homeland Security informant.
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In Peru, Mexican Drug Cartels Expand
Simeon Tegel, GlobalPost
Mexican cartels are using Peru - the world's top cocaine producer - as a place to expand their operations into Europe, authorities have found.
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In Cuba, Other Hemingways Tackle Fish
60 years after Ernest Hemingway donated his Nobel prize to Cuba, two grandchildren lobbied for a cause close to the novelist's heart.
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Despite Political Fallout, Border Arrivals Slow Down
The numbers of children arriving at the border has dropped but their numbers have already left a mark on national politics.
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Cuba Celebrates Our Lady Of Charity
Thousands of Cubans have gathered Monday to celebrate the island's patron saint, Our Lady of Charity.
Police Forces Short on Hispanic Officers
Racial disparities between police forces and the communities they serve are found more often now in places with large Hispanic populations.
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Drought-Ridden Nicaragua Urges Eating Iguanas
Allison Jackson, GlobalPost
Facing a severe drought in the region, the Nicaraguan government recently recommended breeding protein-rich iguanas as a food source.
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