Americas Now | Episode 6

Americas Now | Episode 6

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Americas Now | Episode 6
  • Voices from the Wall

    The Trump administration has long-called for the construction of a wall to stop migrants from crossing illegally into the U.S. Some have called for the border to be closed completely, while others say the wall is simply causing the death of migrants and won’t achieve its goal.
    What is clear, the...

  • El Salvador migrant seek American Dream

    Every day, between 200 and 300 Salvadorans say goodbye to their loved ones and head north to the United States. That’s according to the El Salvador Migrant Institute.
    They leave without knowing if they will ever make it to their destination. Some get detained; some get discouraged and go back, w...

  • Oldest Chinatown in Latin America makes a comeback

    Cuba has had a Chinese population since the mid-1800.
    In fact, at one point Havana was home to the largest Chinatown in Latin America. Today, many residents are in favor of revitalizing the neighborhood and bringing it back to its former glory.

  • One of the longest murals in the world

    Murals have been around for as long as humanity. The first ones were found in caves during pre-historic times. They allow individuals and communities to express their beliefs and leave behind evidence of their existence. Mural painting is distinctive in that it’s directly connected to architectur...