Paper Title

Plenary Session: Faith, Hope and Democracy: Lessons Learned from Chicago Latino Immigration Activists

Location

Galvin Auditorium, Sullivan Center

Start Date

7-11-2014 4:00 PM

End Date

7-11-2014 5:30 PM

Abstract

Introduction: Jacqueline Long, PhD, Modern Languages and Literatures Interim Chair, Loyola University Chicago

a) Plenary Session: María Hinojosa, Mexican American and Chicago native, Journalist and Producer of NPR's Latino USA

María Hinojosa is an award-winning news anchor and reporter for PBS and NPR. She is anchor of her own Emmy Award-winning talk show One on One with Maria Hinojosa from WGBH/La Plaza. Hinojosa has won top honors in US American journalism including four Emmy Awards, the Robert F. Kennedy Award for Reporting on the Disadvantaged, and the Overseas Press Club's Edward R. Murrow Award for best documentary. She also serves as DePaul University’s Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Chair.

b) Discussant + Q&A: Dr. Héctor García, Loyola University Chicago

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Nov 7th, 4:00 PM Nov 7th, 5:30 PM

Plenary Session: Faith, Hope and Democracy: Lessons Learned from Chicago Latino Immigration Activists

Galvin Auditorium, Sullivan Center

Introduction: Jacqueline Long, PhD, Modern Languages and Literatures Interim Chair, Loyola University Chicago

a) Plenary Session: María Hinojosa, Mexican American and Chicago native, Journalist and Producer of NPR's Latino USA

María Hinojosa is an award-winning news anchor and reporter for PBS and NPR. She is anchor of her own Emmy Award-winning talk show One on One with Maria Hinojosa from WGBH/La Plaza. Hinojosa has won top honors in US American journalism including four Emmy Awards, the Robert F. Kennedy Award for Reporting on the Disadvantaged, and the Overseas Press Club's Edward R. Murrow Award for best documentary. She also serves as DePaul University’s Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Chair.

b) Discussant + Q&A: Dr. Héctor García, Loyola University Chicago