In this episode of NPR’s Latino USA, they profile recent research by Bill Carrigan, a history professor at Rowan University in New Jersey, that argues that it wasn’t only black Americans who died from lynchings. His research exposes a significant history of lynchings of Mexicans in the Southwestern United States. Carrigan’s research found that lynchings occurred without virtually any consequences until around the 1920’s. Listen to the episode to learn more.