Lack of Electricity in Puerto Rico Is a Matter of Life or Death
Latino USA on Reveal
358 Reviews
Tell people what you think
Elizabeth Hellier
· March 12, 2018
One of the best podcasts I listen to. Maria is incomparable and I love listening to her. But there are many others who do great work here! Growing a new crop of great journalists! They inspire and... teach and open doors to other points of view and worlds that I truly appreciate in this era of Trump and Nationalism that does not have any business in the US or the world for that matter in 2018. See More
Julie Ann Nichols-Johnson
· December 13, 2017
Great journalism. Marina Hinojosa; from the first time I heard her hilarious Christmas story and many others years later has expanded my views and awareness of what it means to be Latino. I have a gr...andson with Latino heritage. Being his very white looking grandma it is important for me to be somewhat informed and aware. At least if I ever have questions I am confident to know where I might learn more. Thank you. See More
Kandy Caballero
· April 18, 2018
Amazing journalism. I just found this podcast and it has easily become one of my favorite podcasts. It helps me stay informed. Every show is interesting and many times emotional. I’m now going back an...d listening to all the older shows because they are so interesting. See More
Jessica Williams
· November 5, 2017
I love LOVE Latino USA podcast! As a southern white girl, I grew up with false information and beliefs about the Latino culture. It saddens me that I was so ignorantly racist. Thanks to discovering podcast I have learned so much about the beautiful traditions and history! And I now am dating an absolutely amazing Latino man. I can't thank you enough for doing what your doing! Keep it up! Love you all!! � See More
Andrea Rivera
· February 24, 2018
Hands down, my favorite podcast. I learn so much about my culture as a Latina in the USA, which is a totally different culture on its own. Thank you for this amazing project. #latinos
Jennifer Cohen
· March 17, 2018
One of my favorite reasons to pick up Saturday shifts at Hopkins. I get to listen live on my drive to work. Always interesting, eclectic topics and exceptional reporting.
Lee Manhattan
· October 22, 2017
Just listened to the interview with Puerto Rico's newtest reporter son. What a humble guy Mr. David Begnaud is. He was our life line when we had no communication with our island. Thank you David and t...hank you NPR latino for letting Mr. Begnaud know he means a lot to us. See More
Rebecca Balboa
· November 20, 2017
I loved Latino USA when I listened in Texas! I REALLY love to listen to it now that I live in Arkansas!!! Arkansas needs more Latinos and Latinas!!!
Josef Castañeda-Liles
· December 14, 2017
Insightful reporting from the one and only Maria Hinojosa and the amazing team of journalists and producers
DeeMan Proutt
· January 14, 2018
Great information for all people of color. We should learn how to support each other. We are in this fight for equality together.
Jessi Crowley
· August 9, 2017
I love this podcast! It helps me stay informed on important issues in latino culture and includes difficult, real, and important subject matter. I've been in tears listening to this podcast on more ...than one occasion - in a good way. Thank you for making all topics more easily digestible and entertaining! See More
Ari Elle
· July 8, 2017
True and honest journalism. By far the best podcast on NPR. As soon as I finish listening to it, I'm counting the days until the next show airs. Latino USA has helped establish a Latino voice and brin...g stories that are never reported on by big news companies in the U.S. The special on Oscar López Rivera was emotional and tastefully done! See More
Nita Jean Rodriguez
· February 13, 2018
Couldn’t be happier to receive more information regarding the Latino community and culture
Anthony Jay Hanna
· February 15, 2017
I will admit, I learned a lot from Maximo's speech today, but I must say that he proved the point I was trying to make with his interaction with me. He spent his time talking to us about "branding" o...urselves and then he asked if we had questions. When he picked people to answer their questions, he first asked their names, and then responded very genuinely and sincerely, made eye contact with them, and moved closer to them. Then I asked a question about overcoming prejudice when it comes to appearance. He didn't ask my name at all, he turned his back to me while I was talking, and then he gave the most insincere answer ever in a manner that made my peers around me laugh at me as if what I was asking was a stupid question. His actions right there proved to me that just because I was not dressed nice and wearing a fancy watch like the other people he treated with respect, I was inferior and suffered from the EXACT prejudice that I seeking help to overcome. So lastly I will say, I will be buying that suit ;) Not because it will make me confident and successful, but because you proved to me today that looks are the only thing that matters, not the content of your character. MLK would be disgusted with the way you just treated me. Good day sir. See More
Tumbando Muros NoWalls
· November 16, 2017
Realistic but with a humanistic view, without the aggressive bias found in some pages.
Zaira N Chico Mosqueda
· October 14, 2017
NPR's Latinos USA has changed how and what I listen to. Thanks you, my views and decisions are greatly influenced by your services.
Gabi Ruiz
· December 6, 2017
Just found this station on Spotify! Love it! I'm glad this has been created!
Annie Boston
· March 9, 2018
Best news source for the Latino Diaspora!!! So proud of the show.
Maria Coronel
· July 2, 2017
Carmen Hinojosa thanks for putting so much love into this endeavor and putting the Latino Culture into the map. Wish you could talk about what is currently happening to poor Bruno Mars and the claims ...he is not Afro Latino enough and is appropriating his Afro roots. See More
La Chamba Chicha
· March 20, 2018
We Love Latino USA - High quality broadcasting that's fun & informative !!�
NPR's Latino USA is asking for donations.

#NowPlaying a new NPR's Latino USA podcast, in collaboration with Harper's Magazine.

When Lucy Genao and her group of mothers with missing children began excavating a barren field on the outskirts of Colinas de Santa Fe, Veracruz last year, they didn’t expect to find the what some call the largest mass grave in Mexico. Most of the women had never dug a garden in their backyards, let alone exhumed a body. So far, they’ve found 287 bodies. NPR's Latino USA joins the mothers of Veracruz as they prepare to search for a new suspected gravesite.


Image may contain: 1 person, standing, outdoor and nature
NPR's Latino USA
News & Media Website
NPR's Latino USA has raised $25.

"In biographies and profiles, Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Fla., is often followed by, 'the first Latina' or 'the first Cuban American' in Congress.

Ros-Lehtinen has always embraced the descriptions tagged to her name, but as she exits Congress, she goes out as a Latina who has stayed close to her community while keeping herself from being pigeonholed." Via NBC News

As she exits Congress, Ros-Lehtinen goes out as a Latina who has stayed close to her community while keeping herself from being pigeonholed.