“Once I Was You.”
This is a conversation with Emmy Award-winning journalist María Hinojosa about her new memoir, “Once I Was You, a Memoir of Love and Hate in a Torn America.” In her book, the anchor of NPR’s Latino USA shares stories about the current immigration crisis, from the perspective of a Mexican immigrant who arrived as a child and grew up on the south side of Chicago, and a woman who rose to become a nationally-recognized journalist after decades in mainstream media newsrooms run by men. In this conversation, Hinojosa reflects on her life, gives insights into her experience and shares her dreams. This is a repeated program and was originally aired on October 1, 2020.
Guest: María Hinojosa, Anchor and Executive Producer, Latino USA; Founder, President and CEO of Futuro Media Group, New York, NY.
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