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Why Maria Hinojosa Has Dedicated Her Career To Telling Latino Stories

Maria Hinojosa rarely saw her experience reflected in mainstream media coverage while growing up. So once the Emmy-winning journalist started covering her own stories, she decided to put Latinos’ narratives front and center. Hinojosa was born in Mexico City before her family moved to a diverse, middle class neighborhood on the south side of Chicago. While Hinojosa felt “totally American,” she knew that her identity as a Mexican-American was something “very particular.
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