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#1426 - Pretending / by Maria Hinojosa | June 27, 2014

#1426 – Pretending

From inaction on immigration legislation, to diversity in fantasy and science fiction, Latino USA brings you stories about pretending. We hear about the mysterious origins of the Navajo taco, New York’s “notarios” who operate immigration scams, a political candidate who changed his name to Cesar Chavez, and hidden bodies in Texas. Songwriter Gina Chavez examines identity, and we hear a couple of stories about bluffing to avoid danger.

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#1429 - Live at the Greene Space / by Maria Hinojosa | July 18, 2014

This week, we bring you some creative insights from musicians and performers, live from…

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