In life, as in cards, it's all about the luck of the draw. On this week's show, Latino USA tells stories about making the most out of difficult or complicated circumstances. conejoazul via flickr hide caption

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In life, as in cards, it's all about the luck of the draw. On this week's show, Latino USA tells stories about making the most out of difficult or complicated circumstances.

In life, as in cards, it's all about the luck of the draw. On this week's show, Latino USA tells stories about making the most out of difficult or complicated circumstances.

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The Hand You're Dealt

In life, as in cards, it's all about the luck of the draw. On this week's show, Latino USA tells stories about making the most out of difficult or complicated circumstances.

Denison, Iowa. Population: Lots of Latinos

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Are Immigrants Good or Bad for the Economy?

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A Syrian-Colombian Love Story That Ends With Shawarma

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Becky G From the Block

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Previous Shows

¡Ay Vey! Being Jewish and Latino

On this episode of Latino USA, we explore the history of Jewish migration throughout the Americas and hear personal stories of family and identity from Jewish Latinos themselves.

On this episode of Latino USA, we explore the history of Jewish migration throughout the Americas and hear personal stories of family and identity from Jewish Latinos themselves. Verónica Zaragovia hide caption

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Verónica Zaragovia

Rodeo

Latino USA visits the Tucson Rodeo, also known as La Fiesta de Los Vaqueros, and follows one family's dreams to turn their 8-year-old kid into a rodeo champion.

Latino USA visits the Tucson Rodeo, also known as La Fiesta de Los Vaqueros, and follows one family's dreams to turn their 8-year-old kid into a rodeo champion. Marlon Bishop/Latino USA hide caption

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Out of Sight

It's easy to ignore things when they're not right in front of you. This week on Latino USA, we share stories about people and events we often keep out of sight and out of mind.

It's easy to ignore things when they're not right in front of you. This week on Latino USA, we share stories about people and events we often keep out of sight and out of mind. Herald Examiner Collection/Los Angeles Public Library hide caption

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Herald Examiner Collection/Los Angeles Public Library

The New Normal

Humans are very adaptable creatures, and it doesn't take long for the previously unthinkable to become the "new normal." This week on Latino USA, stories about adapting to new realities.

Humans are very adaptable creatures, and it doesn't take long for the previously unthinkable to become the "new normal." This week on Latino USA, stories about adapting to new realities. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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Blood And Betrayal In The Southwest

Latino USA looks into the long and little-told history of segregation, discrimination, and state-sanctioned violence towards Mexicans and Mexican-Americans in the Southwest.

Texas Rangers mounted on horses in 1915. Robert Runyon/Courtesy of the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History hide caption

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