Humans are very adaptable creatures, and it doesn't take long for the previously unthinkable to become the "new normal." This week on Latino USA, stories about adapting to new realities. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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Humans are very adaptable creatures, and it doesn't take long for the previously unthinkable to become the "new normal." This week on Latino USA, stories about adapting to new realities.

Humans are very adaptable creatures, and it doesn't take long for the previously unthinkable to become the "new normal." This week on Latino USA, stories about adapting to new realities.

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The New Normal

Humans are very adaptable creatures, and it doesn't take long for the previously unthinkable to become the "new normal." This week on Latino USA, stories about adapting to new realities.

Churches as Migrant Sanctuaries Then and Now

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Falsely Accused and Facing Deportation

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No Longer Hiding in Plain Sight: Dalea Rundblad on Being Intersex

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The Political Punk of Downtown Boys

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Blood And Betrayal In The Southwest

Latino USA looks into the long and little-told history of segregation, discrimination, and state-sanctioned violence towards Mexicans and Mexican-Americans in the Southwest.

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Which Side Are You On?

Often we think about big issues in terms of taking "sides." But what happens when you look closer and realize it's not so simple?

Often we think about big issues in terms of taking "sides." But what happens when you look closer and realize it's not so simple. Krzysztof Poltorak/Latino USA hide caption

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Silver Screen

In a special collaboration with the Latino culture site Remezcla, Latino USA looks at the long-standing relationship between Hollywood, Latin America and Latino filmmakers.

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What You Don't Expect When You're Expecting

Latino USA dives into the varied experiences of pregnancy, from the good to the bad to the complicated.

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Women on the Verge

We embrace the stereotype of the fast-talking, over-dramatic woman, inspired by Almodóvar's Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown. We also talk with gold medalist Laurie Hernandez and singer iLe.

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