Daring to Write Our Secrets

Lantigua, Juleyka
June 2001
Nieman Reports;Summer2001, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p17
Explores whether Hispanic American journalists in the United States should always report about their communities in order to ensure more balanced and accurate news coverage. Obligation of journalists to the truth; Examples of stories covered by the `Urban Latino' magazine; Importance for Hispanic American journalists to cover both the bad and good aspects of the Hispanic American community.


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