The Association of Latinx Faculty in the Arts and Humanities (ALFAH) presents the virtual lecture "Frontlines: Latinos and Immigration from a Woman's Perspective" with journalist and author Maria Hinojosa. Free and open to the public.
One of the most prominent Latina journalists in our country, Hinojosa has been covering major stories for over 20 years. In this insightful and engaging presentation, she speaks about her experiences covering immigration for NPR and PBS. As a woman and a mother, she has a particular interest in how immigration is impacting the mental health of Latinas and their families. She also speaks about how Latinos and Latinas are now the new face of the civil rights movement in our country.
- Institute for Media and Public Trust
- Department of Media, Communications and Journalism
- Department of Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies in partnership with the California Wellness Foundation
- Dean Honora Chapman, College of Arts and Humanities