This historic moment included three WORD senior editors: Jonathan Mena, Jacqueline Fernandez and Kisha Allison. Read about it here.
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Down Memory Lane: First National Ethnic Media Network to Cover the 2008 Democratic National ConventionFriday, December 25th, 2009
This is a quickie alert because I’m trying to wrap up my semester and have been waylaid with last minute stuff. More later about NAM and its June 4-5 convention. Needless to say, NAM â€“ thanks to Jonathan Mena, Kisha Allison, Jacqueline Fernandez and Eunji Jang â€“ really admires Hunter students and does a lot to support them.
On with the quickie:
OUTSTANDING PRINT, WEB AND BROADCAST REPORTING
ATLANTA â€“ New America Media Â the nationâ€™s largest association of ethnic media outlets, today announced winners of its National Ethnic Media Awards honoring exceptional contributions to journalism by members of the ethnic media.
Update, Thursday, March 26, from New York Civil Liberties Union: Albany Agreement a Step Toward Dismantling Rockefeller, But Not a Done Deal and Not Repeal. The deal reached in principle … could be an important step toward dismantling New York Stateâ€™s draconian drug laws. But what has been outlined so far is only an agreement in principle â€“ not law â€“ and it does not fully repeal the Rockefeller Drug Laws.
… instead of the above headline from the recent issue of the Hunter Alumni magazine article about Kisha Allison, Jonathan Mena and Jacqueline Fernandez at the Democratic National Convention. Why?
Luis Mostacero, Jacqueline Fernandez and Jonathan Mena are heading to the Presidential Inauguration TODAY to make sure theyâ€™re in D.C. to engage this historic moment before the anticipated humungous surge inspires The Powers That Be to cut off transportation into the city. A sudden emergency is keeping Kisha Allison from going.
Mostacero has press credentials via his Noticia Hispanoamericana â€“ but also will be writing for the WORD.