Latino USA This week, Latino USA explores the Latino influences that helped shape rock & roll.

This week, Latino USA explores the Latino influences that helped shape rock & roll, including Alice Bag (left), and Robert Trujillo (right). Alice Bag (Photo by Louis Jacinto); Robert Trujillo (courtesy of Robert Trujillo) hide caption

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Alice Bag (Photo by Louis Jacinto); Robert Trujillo (courtesy of Robert Trujillo)
This week, Latino USA explores the Latino influences that helped shape rock & roll, including Alice Bag (left), and Robert Trujillo (right).

This week, Latino USA explores the Latino influences that helped shape rock & roll, including Alice Bag (left), and Robert Trujillo (right).

Alice Bag (Photo by Louis Jacinto); Robert Trujillo (courtesy of Robert Trujillo)

Latino Heroes of Rock & Roll

This week, Latino USA explores the Latino influences that helped shape rock & roll.

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A Border Drawn in Blood

On the 80th anniversary of the Perejil Massacre, Latino USA travels to the Dominican-Haitian border to unpack the history of what happened—and what are the consequences today.

On the 80th anniversary of the Perejil Massacre, Latino USA travels to the Dominican-Haitian border to unpack the history of what happened—and what are the consequences today. Latino USA/Tatiana Fernandez hide caption

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The Latino GDP

This week, Latino USA explores the effects of this rising Latino economic power: The Latino GDP.

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Southern Roadtrip (Part 2)

In Part 2, Latino USA goes to rural Alabama and learns what happened after the controversial law H.B. 56 was passed. We also get a slice of what life is like in a post-Trump South for Latinos.

In Part 2, Latino USA goes to rural Alabama and learns what happened after the controversial law H.B. 56 was passed. We also get a slice of what life is like in a post-Trump South for Latinos. Jeanne Montalvo Lucar/Latino USA hide caption

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Southern Roadtrip (Part 1)

In an earlier version of this episode, Wayne Williams was referred to as white. In fact, he is a black man. In addition, the date that the INS dissolved was referred to as 2013. It is in fact 2003.

In Part 1, Latino USA finds out how Latinos helped Atlanta become a world-class city and hear one Latino family's story of what it was like to navigate the White-Black binary in a small Alabama town. Yurema Perez Hinojosa/Latino USA hide caption

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Dismantling DACA

After the Trump Administration announced its decision to end DACA, Latino USA decided to put together a special podcast-only episode to help you make sense of the news.

After the Trump Administration announced its decision to end DACA, Latino USA decided to put together a special podcast-only episode to help you make sense of the news. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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