National Latino Journalist Group Starts L.A. Chapter for First Time

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By: Adolfo Guzman-Lopez | KCET

Last Thursday Pulitzer Prize-winning Los Angeles Times reporter Ruben Vives sat down for a journalist talk in a building across the street from L.A.’s historic Mexican plaza. Vives shared his experiences reporting about the struggle of the Latino residents of Bell to take their city back from corrupt public officials. He was invited by a group of people starting the first L.A. chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.

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