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Two of the most violent cities in the world are in Honduras. How can everyday life be in a place

Translation by Patrick Moseley [Flores Simbrón]: No, no, I know that’s normal, you know? Of course I saw that there were

In Parán, a small town in the Peruvian Andes, there are many blind men. Our producers Marco Avilés and Annie

Transcript Translation by Patrick Moseley [Daniel Alarcón, host]: Welcome to Radio Ambulante, from NPR. I’m Daniel Alarcón. Today we start with a news

In 2014, a British newspaper published an odd story: in southeastern Brazil there was a town inhabited only by women.

Transcript Translation by Patrick Moseley [Daniel Alarcón, host]: A warning

After a complicated divorce, Alejandro Canedo was unemployed and in charge of his two small children. It was a desperate

[Daniel Alarcón, host]: Welcome to Radio Ambulante, from NPR. I’m Daniel Alarcón. [Micah]: When you look at a person, how many

Micah has spent a life pushing against the borders of a category most everyone takes for granted: gender. You can read a

Since 2000, more than a hundred journalists have been killed in Mexico. 2017 set a record, with 12 deaths. Journalist

Transcript Translation by Patrick Moseley [Anabel Hernández]: For a long time, for many days, many years…  I lived thinking that. That today

Transcript Translation by Patrick Moseley [Daniel Alarcón, host]: Before we begin, we want to warn listeners that this episode includes detailed descriptions

Sodalitium Christiane Vitae, an ultraconservative Catholic organization also known as the Sodalicio, was founded in 1971, in Peru. Its mission

[Joshua Johnson, host of 1A ]: Hi there! I’m Joshua Johnson, the host of 1A. Every weekday people gather here

To what extent are we our genes? What happens when we inherit what feels like a life sentence? You can read a

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