NPR News: Identidad ‘Vieja’ Y Nueva: Our Favorite Latin Songs This Week

Identidad ‘Vieja’ Y Nueva: Our Favorite Latin Songs This Week
On this week’s Alt.Latino, expect a self-loving R&B track from Noa Sainz, Tomasa del Real’s heart-wrenching reggaeton and an electro-trap tune by La Dame Blanche.

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NPR News: As HIV Spikes In Southeast, What We Need To Fight The Epidemic

As HIV Spikes In Southeast, What We Need To Fight The Epidemic
Southern states now make up the majority of new HIV diagnoses. We look at the political and structural reasons behind the increase, and at solutions.

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NPR News: In North Carolina Election Investigation Hearing, Focus Turns To GOP Candidate

In North Carolina Election Investigation Hearing, Focus Turns To GOP Candidate
The candidate, Mark Harris is expected to testify soon. The hearing into the disputed election has focused on whether Harris was aware of an illegal absentee ballot scheme working on his behalf.

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NPR News: More Than 50 Years In, Mavis Staples Is Still Delivering Messages Of Hope And Justice

More Than 50 Years In, Mavis Staples Is Still Delivering Messages Of Hope And Justice
She’s a political activist and a rock star. In this session, hear lots of music and legendary stories from Mavis Staples.

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NPR News: DJ Sessions: 5 Songs For February When You Want To Be In Ibiza

DJ Sessions: 5 Songs For February When You Want To Be In Ibiza
KCRW DJ Valida Carroll shares a mix of music to chase the winter blues away.

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NPR News: Civilians Evacuated From Last ISIS-Held Village In Syria

Civilians Evacuated From Last ISIS-Held Village In Syria
The evacuation of civilians from the last enclave held by ISIS signals a possible end to a standoff between U.S.-backed Kurdish forces and ISIS militants that has lasted more than a week.

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