Poet Willie Perdomo.
Author Rubén Martínez.
Union activist Rocío Sáenz.
Mario Molina, winner of the Nobel Prize in chemistry.
The developing lives of Ana and Patricia Lucia Vlieg.
Author Francisco Goldman.
Opera composer Daniel Catán.
Filmmaker Patricia Cardoso.
Poet Martin Espada discusses his poetry, life and growing up Puerto Rican.
Colombian Luis Velez gives up his family, law career and social status to move to the United States.
Opera singer Jossie Perez prepares for her performance in the Boston Lyric Opera's production of "Carmen on the Common."
Singer Soraya discusses her battle with breast cancer.
Musician Tish Hinojosa discusses roots music, the guitar and her album "Sign of Truth."
Two students face the pressures of state standardized tests and graduation.
Conservative Linda Chavez discusses politics, ethnicity and assimilation.
Entertainer Ruben Blades discusses his new album and acting career.
Jazz musician Paquito D'Rivera.
Journalist Dina Fernandez discusses the role of the press in emerging democracies in Latin America.
The story of Red Sox pitcher Luis Tiant.
Author Esmeralda Santiago discusses her childhood in Puerto Rico and her experiences as an immigrant in the United States.
Rosa Santiago plans for her daughter's quince años.
During the revolution in 1962, Cuban parents begin sending their children to the United States.
Brazilian singer Caetano Veloso visits his hometown.
Actor John Leguizamo.
Prisoner Benjamin LaGuer awaits results of a DNA test he hopes will establish his innocence.
The social and economic impact of baseball in the Dominican Republic.
Puerto Rican jockey Dyn Panell.
Journalist Jorge Ramos discusses the current wave of immigration to the United States.
Writer Michele Serros.
Journalist Richard Rodriguez.
Baseball player Miguel Batista discusses his writings and career.
Activist Ron Unz discusses his ideas about bilingual education.
Two Massachusetts teens face the challenges of passing state standardized exams in order to graduate from high school.
Poet Tino Villanueva discusses his works.
Author John Phillip Santos.
Scholar David Carrasco discusses Mesoamerican cultures.
Writer Junot Diaz's stories reflect his childhood in the Dominican Republic and in New Jersey.
Former inmate Manazar Gamboa's poetry reflects the realities of street life.
The process of making feature films.
Singer Olga Roman.
The death of a spirited woman's husband sparks family conflict.
Author Ilan Stavans; writer Achy Obejas; poet Luis Rodriguez; memoirist Irene Vilar.
The history of Tejano music.
The power of photography; photographer Freddy Alborta.
Oral history of Pancho Villa; Mexican Revolution.
Percussionist Cyro Batista.
The Boston Red Sox draft a high-school ballplayer.
The rigors of summer school.
Two tradesmen have conflicting views about Ecuador's Aguarico River and its surrounding rain forest.
Ballerina Adriana Suarez.
A group of Latino parents and students forces a high school to cancel its production of "West Side Story."
A lighthouse keeper in the Canary Islands defies Britain's decision to relocate the zero meridian.
A teenager lies about her pregnancy.
Mango Blue plays original tunes.
Some Canarian customs are assimilated into Cuban culture.
Mexican language and customs.
Rep. Jarrett Barrios.
A performance piece by Gillermo Gomez-Pena.
The art, culture and politics of tango.
National Children's Symphonic Orchestra of Venezuela.
Sol y Canto performs.
Barriers between medical professionals and Latino patients.
Medical students in Latin America.
Artist Frida Kahlo.
Latinos influence Chelsea, Mass.
Sculptor Michael Naranjo.
Latinos cope with stress and depression.
Singer/songwriter Caetano Veloso.
Flamenco; choreographer Omayra Amaya.
Mili Bermejo performs.
Sandra Guardado searches for a sense of identity and family history on a reunion trip to El Salvador.
Musician Francisco Aguabella.
The joys and struggles of adoption.
Identity and assimilation of Latino Jews in Massachusetts.
Director Maria Teresa Rodriguez seeks stories prompted by her father's death.
Raising children in U.S. culture.
Magnet School for the Arts, Holyoke, Mass.; bilingual education programs; multiculturalism.
En Clavel highlights the talents of Latino musicians.
Salvadoreans in Boston; immigration laws.
Opposing cultural worlds in Puerto Rico.
Migrant workers in western Massachusetts.
Indigenous people of Chiapas, Mexico.
A young Chicano performs with Taiko drummers.
Corner grocery stores.
The work of artists in the gay and lesbian theater.
Artist Jorge Luis Rodriguez de Gerada.
The Continental Conference of Indigenous Peoples.
Profiles the Cuban band leader Frank "Machito" Grillo.
A Salvadoran girl describes life in a Honduran refugee camp.
New Englanders aid rain-forest dwellers in preservation efforts.
The history of the Puerto Rican music form plena.
Brazilian singer Caetano Veloso.
Homeless Latino transvestites in New York City.
Puerto Rican communities build island homes in urban centers.
Puerto Rico's Santero folk artists.
Flamenco artist Paco de Lucia.
Profiles Cuban musician and composer Mario Bauza.
Ballet virtuoso Fernando Bujones.
Seniors of Brazil discuss life, love, religion and death.
Fifth-generation family of trapezists.
Filmmaker Matilde Landeta.
Brazilian musician Milton Nascimento.
Musicians discuss the evolution of the tango.
A profile of artist Liliana Porter.
Chilean women applique their military regime experiences.
Jazz pianist Danilo Perez performs his hits.
Two immigrants travel back to Mexico.
The lives of people in "shantytowns."
Cubans' perspective of living in Miami and Havana.
The lives of street gang members.
The development of musical traditions in Cuba.
Olga Roman performs Brazilian jazz and Latin ballads.
Cuban music performed by Pablo Milanes, Los Van Van, Arturo Sandoval.
Profile of Los Muñequitos percussion, vocal and dance company.
Performance troupe Fire'scapes.
The Brazilian music troupe.
Symbolic wedding of the Statue of Liberty and the Christopher Columbus monument in Barcelona.
Members of an anti-immigrant movement in San Diego.
The impact of Columbus' legacy at the First Continental Conference of Indigenous Peoples.
Life in the shantytowns of Sao Paulo.
Elderly Latino emigrants reminisce.
Many major-league ballplayers hail from the Dominican Republic.
Performance artist Guillermo Gomez Pena examines the Latino identity.
Three generations of migrant workers in western Massachusetts.
Pianist Michel Camilo and his acoustic jazz trio perform.
A labor leader discusses conditions in El Salvador.
Modern medicine and spiritual healing in the Latino community.
The Chilean folk group performs in Boston.
Elderly Puerto Rican emigrants reminisce.
A profile of Chilean filmmaker Raul Ruiz.
Poet Marjorie Agosin tells of life in Latin America.
Bilingual education in Massachusetts.
Professionals new to America take cleaning jobs.
Teens give reasons for leaving school.
Argentine folk-singer Mercedes Sosa performs.