At the time of the September 11th, 2001 attacks, undocumented immigrants formed an integral part of life in and around the World Trade Center. In this story from the Latino USA archives, Michelle Garcia reports on how the attacks and their aftermath challenged them.
In this 2006 archive story from Waveland, Mississippi, Rolando Arrieta reports on how immigrant workers helped rebuild homes, schools, and hospitals in the year after Hurricane Katrina.
Latin Americans love baseball. But in this piece from 1998, we hear about the problems faced by Spanish-speakers when major league players arrive from abroad.
In this 2007 story, we hear the story of how two Cubans in Miami plan to return home in an unusual vehicle.