Hispanic Press in the U.S.
The Close Up Foundation hosted this forum which discussed how Latino journalists fare when working in the United… read more
The Close Up Foundation hosted this forum which discussed how Latino journalists fare when working in the United States. Spanish-speaking journalists discussed their work and how they focus their efforts in Latino communities in the United States. The journalists also took questions from students. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Anne Nicholas Host Close Up Foundation
- Patrick Salazar Executive Director National Assn. of Hispanic Journalists
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