Latino Journalism in the Era of Fake News.

Wednesday_673x324WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26
PROGRAM # 8812 12:00 PM PT

Latino Journalism in the Era of Fake News.

In this anniversary special, scholars and journalists discuss the state of Latino journalism. They also comment on how powerful and influential media and government circles disseminate fake news and “Alternative Facts” to shape public opinion and policymaking on immigration and perpetuate stereotypes about Latinos.

Guests: Dr. José Luis Benavides, Professor of Journalism, Director of Spanish-Language Journalism Program, California State University, Northridge, Northdrige, CA; Dr. Mercedes de Uriarte, Professor Emerita, School of Journalism, University of Texas, Austin, Austin, TX; Others TBA.

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