When the U.S. led an invasion on the island of Grenada in 1983, an American medical student used his ham radio to send dispatches of the conflict to family and reporters.
A filmaker helps bring Guatemala dictator Rios Montt to justice.
An Argentine economist on pulling his country out of its worst economic crisis.
After Nike garment workers in Honduras were suddenly laid off, they turned to U.S. college students to help pressure for their pay.
Ivette Cepeda brings the music of Cuba to the U.S.
Mexican painter Frida Kahlo’s clothes were locked up for 50 years. We speak with the woman who created an exhibit with them.
The story of a poet who changed Santiago, Chile, through poems.
As Pope Francis begins his tenure as pope, we look at the huge growth of Protestantism in Latin America. Producer Jesse Dukes explores this shift in Guatemala where Protestants are flourishing.
The story of an audacious American who invades a country in Latin America and declares himself president.
Rafael Simón Jiménez was a high school friend of Venezuela President Hugo Chavez, who died this week. As the country mourns, Dick speaks with Rafael Simón about the leader as a young man.
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