Latino USA on WUOT-2

Saturdays from 5-6 p.m.
  • Hosted by Maria Hinojosa

Latino USA, the now 1-hour radio journal of news and culture, is the only nationally distributed English-language radio program produced from a Latino perspective. 

Sabiduría: Nebraska Marty

Jun 6, 2014

Marty Ramirez was born in Scottsbluff, Nebraska, and grew up working the fields with his family. After college, he organized around Chicano rights.

New Nebraskans Learn English

Jun 6, 2014

Many immigrant groups helped settle Nebraska. One older woman who comes from a family of Irish immigrants is helping welcome the newest ones, by teaching them English.

David Rodriguez is a 16-year-old Special Olympics athlete who loves to compete. For this week's sabiduría, or words of wisdom, we hear from David and his mother about the joys of winning.

Flirty Racism: It's a Thing

May 30, 2014

Flirty compliments often come off as racial micro-aggressions. Latino USA producer Camilo Vargas and VICE writer Rula Al-Nasrawi look at 'flirty racism' in the streets of New York City.

Detainee Hunger Strikes

May 30, 2014

Undocumented immigrants have been on hunger strike at the Northwest Detention Center in Washington state to protest poor conditions. Ryan Katz reports from inside the detention center.

Sabiduría: How Cosby Helped

May 23, 2014

For this week's sabiduría, Latino USA producer Daisy Rosario and Bill Cosby talk about their shared experiences with family and learning.

A TV Diversity Report Card

May 23, 2014

Latino USA producer Daisy Rosario grades the big TV networks on which ones got diversity right and wrong this season.

Bad Stats

May 23, 2014

What happens when media misinterprets statistics? EthniFacts' Guy Garcia and Latino USA's senior producer, A.C. Valdez, break it down.

A Mexican Nascar Star

May 16, 2014

When you think Mexico, you think NASCAR, right? Nope, didn't think so. But one driver's trying to change that. Germán Quiroga gives us some words of wisdom.

Las Luchadoras

May 16, 2014

Lucha Libre, or wrestling, is a national pastime in Mexico. But these days, its stars are just as likely to be women as men.

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