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From NPR's Latino USA: Superglue

This week on Latino USA, stories about keeping it together when it feels like we’re about to come apart. We visit Fremont, Nebraska, where tensions over immigrants moving in erupted into a battle over a city housing ordinance. Author and Chicana feminist Ana Castillo talks about reckoning with her son’s crime and incarceration. And Arthur Renowitzky, known for his inspirational social media posts, talks about learning to walk again and finding a purpose in life.
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