Latinos have a rich tradition when it comes to musical storytelling, melodic social commentary and protest songs.
From Argentina to Canada, new music to make you dance, tremble and quake.
If you don't move to this mix from Angola, Argentina, Colombia and New York, we pronounce you dead.
Women currently govern some 40 per cent of Latin America’s population. If Josefina Vázquez Mota wins Mexico’s presidential elections in July, that figure will rise to 60 percent.
Charly Garcia is Argentina’s ultimate rock star and he recently joined Univision News to discuss life and his new album.
The Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation’s decision to discontinue funds to Planned Parenthood health centers for breast cancer prevention, screenings and education can potentially be harmful to Latinas health.
From Peru to El Paso, Alt Latino explores new bands and remembers musical legends.
Every week Alt Latino discovers new music coming from all parts of the Latino community, and this week features Brazilian lo-fi rock and some Mexican pop.
The cancer threat is expected to increase with the aging populations of Latin America and the Caribbean, according to the Pan American Health Organization.
Here's a list of songs for saying goodbye to 2011. We look forward to another year with you, and hearing what music 2012 brings.
Here are 12 top Latino fighters who should see their profiles rise even further during the coming year.
This week on Alt.Latino we feature artists who denounce social injustice. It's a show dedicated to the art of political protest songs.
The Latino and immigrant reaction to Occupy Wall Street has been decidedly mixed.
This week's show is truly in tune with the American continent. Sample songs from Latin America