I Was Once You
National Public Radio Latino USA host Maria Hinojosa shared her personal story as an American immigrant and offered her thoughts on current immigration issues. This virtual event was hosted by the Chicago Humanities Festival.
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Alison Cuddy Artistic Director Chicago Humanities Festival
- Maria Hinojosa Anchor and Executive Producer Latino USA
Jose Antonio Vargas Author
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