From NPR's Latino USA: Family Values

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For better or worse, we are all influenced by the people who made us who we are--our families. This week we hear stories about family ties and what makes us come together. One family bonds over outdoor adventures while trying to break a world record, while another family is in the business of elk whispering. We meet a man who makes the difficult choice to come out to his grandma and we explore whether multilingual people take on different personalities when they switch languages.

Featured image: Children playing in Buenos Aires, 1902 (Archivo General de la Nación Argentina)

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