Roberto Suro

Election year is here, and as politicians, pundits, and reporters analyze every subgroup in the electorate to try and predict their votes, we take a step back and look at how changes in the Latino community might affect the upcoming presidential race. For this discussion, Maria Hinojosa speaks with veteran journalist and professor at USC Annenburg, Roberto Suro.

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Living in the Land of the Shaking Earth

For our series, RadioNature, we asked Latino USA’s founding producer, Maria Martin, why she decided to live in Guatemala, a country she’s called home for the greater part of ten years. Through an audio essay, she paints us her natural surroundings and the unique landscapes of Guatemala.

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