Episodes

The Devil’s Flower

As a child, Rosa Julia Leyva played among the poppy fields, a plant her mother called the “Devil’s flower”. Years later, when drug trafficking …

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The Other, The Same

This is the story of two men with same first and last name, Eduardo Bechara, one from Colombia and the other from Argentina.

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The Mayor

Nélida Silva left her hometown of Llamellín, high in the Andes, when she was only eleven years old. When she returned three decades …

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Pimp My Ride

Mauricio Hernández left Mexico in search of the American Dream –and he found it on the most unexpected side of the border. Read the …

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Cassettes from Exile

A few years ago, Dennis Maxwell went to Chile to help his brother move. Among moving boxes they found around 20 cassettes where …

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The Survivors

In the early 90’s in Cuba, people didn’t know much about AIDS. Gerson and Yohandra remember a time when this new disease seemed, …

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When Havana was Friki

Listening to metal probably wasn’t a big deal in most Latin American cities in the 1980s and 90s. But in Havana, it was …

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Newly Arrived

In this story we go inside Oakland International High School, a school for foreign students who have recently arrived to the United States.

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The Void

Reporter Valeria Fernandez took a trip to southern Mexico, the place where, for so many unaccompanied minors, the journey to the US begins.

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Against Peruvian Cuisine

In Peru you can criticize anything—except the national cuisine. Read the Spanish transcript here. Read an English translation here.

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