Latino USA

NPR’s only national Latino news and cultural weekly radio program, currently celebrating its 20th anniversary at its new hour-long format. 



  • Episode #1842

    After living apart for 9 years, the De La Rosa siblings will have their mom home for 30 days. But she's only allowed back in the U.S. because of a family tragedy. Also, an interview with Rubén Blades.

  • Episode #1841

    Latino USA visits a high school training students to work in the e-commerce industry and ventures inside an Amazon warehouse. Also, Ana María Archila and Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.

  • Our Pollution, Our Kids

    A nationwide study looks at the neurological effects of pollution on children in schools across the United States.

  • Episode #1840

    A family story from Guatemala, interviews with Fat Joe and JD Pardo, and a new study about school pollution.

  • Episode #1839

    Latino USA hits Broadway and explores the presence of Latinos on the stage throughout history. Also the wives of the drug dealers who helped bring down El Chapo, and Puerto Rico one year after María.

  • Episode #1838

    How the tragic death of Mollie Tibbetts in Iowa is being used to make a case for stricter immigration laws. Also, gossip writer Perez Hilton, Chinese migrants in Mexico and a Latina mountaineer.

  • Episode #1837

    In Argentina, one family's search for a grandson disappeared during the military dictatorship in the 1970's. Also comedian Julio Torres, and a new "How I Made It" featuring a Selena impersonator.