Renowned in the field of journalism for various projects involving female and Latino rights, NPR journalist Maria Hinojosa spoke Tuesday night on the lack of rights given to Latino immigrants.
“How do you complain if — for all intents and purposes — you are invisible?” Hinojosa said.
Hinojosa spoke on the discrimination and loss of rights experienced by the Latino community in the United States. She gave the first of this year’s University Lectures in Hendricks Chapel. The lecture, “Making the Invisible Visible,” was presented in conjunction with the Wednesday opening of the La Casita Cultural Center, an art exhibition featuring the work of six Latin American artists.
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