1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST
Virtual – Registration Required
With decades of journalistic and leadership experience between them, Maria Hinojosa and Jorge Ramos have championed progress and hope in U.S. Latinx communities while exposing how prejudice and failed policies have prevented the U.S. from reaching its potential as a nation of immigrants. Drawing on their shared Mexican-American background, they will celebrate and consider the multifaceted, multicultural U.S. Latinx experience, as well as their journeys to be two of the most revered Latinx leaders in the country. Featuring:
- Maria Hinojosa: Fall 2018 Walter Shorenstein Fellow, Journalist and Author, Once I was You: A Memoir of Love and Hate in a Torn America
- Jorge Ramos: 2017 Goldsmith Career Award Winner, Journalist and Anchor, Al Punto, Univision News, America with Jorge Ramos
- Moderated by: Paola Ramos, Correspondent, VICE and VICE News; Contributor, MSNBC and Telemundo
Co-sponsored by the Institute of Politics, the Center for Public Leadership, and the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy.
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