Tag: interviews

La Ruta del Voto Latino: Diego Graglia on the radio in Chile

Diego Graglia is documenting the lives of Latinos during this presidential election year as he travels from New York City to Mexico City. For more on La Ruta del Voto Latino-The Road to the Latino Vote, visit www.newyorktomexico.com. Yesterday, Diego…

Podcast: Left Behind at the Border

Hundreds of bodies and tons of debris are left behind in the southern Arizona desert each year. They are the remains and former possessions of immigrants who have entered the U.S. illegally from Mexico. Journalist Karla Escamilla is documenting this…

Podcast: Latina voters gain influence in the 2008 election

Hispanic women are emerging as a sought-after voting bloc in the 2008 campaign. Like soccer moms, blue-collar workers, and union members, Latinas are increasingly being courted by the Democratic presidential candidates. New York Senator Hillary Clinton, in particular, is making…

A Polish reporters meets New Hampshire voters

Talking to New Hampshire voters By Ewa Kern Jedrychowska Reporter, Nowy Dziennik/Polish Daily News On the eve of the New Hampshire primary, we went to 3 rallies – John McCain’s, Mitt Romney’s and Barack Obama’s.  People that I interviewed in…

Podcast: On the Campaign Trail – Interview with Lorenzo Morales, El Diario

Listen to Executive Producer John Rudolph’s interview with reporter Lorenzo Morales from El Diario. John and Lorenzo discuss the challenges of reporting on the campaign trail and views on how the candidates respond to issues important to immigrant communities. [audio:http://www.xrew.com/joceimgs/FI2W/FI2W_Lorenzo_1217.mp3]…