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Music Magazine: Sergio Mendoza, Vinyl Collectors And Tejano Punks On Film

Hear three mini-profiles of musicians and filmmakers whose art captures Latinx culture and identity — in three very different ways.
Sergio Mendoza, shown performing for NPR in Austin, Texas, is featured in one segment of this week's episode. Source: NPR

Now and then, Alt.Latino offers programs that feature a single artist in conversation about life, art and anything else on their mind. But if we waited to speak with all

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