Today on Latin Roots, World Cafe's ongoing series highlighting different genres of Latin music, Catalina Maria Johnson from Chicago Public Radio's Beat Latino joins us to discuss Judeo-Iberian music — or Ladino. The music dates back more than 500 years and represents a dying tradition and dying language; as Johnson explains, the music is helping keep the language alive, often in the form of lullabies.
- Francoise Atlan, "Buena Semana"
- DeLeon, "Buena Semana"
- Sarah Aroeste, "Chika Morena"