Tag Archives: Latin America

Q&A with Simon Romero

by Luisa Anderson Simon Romero is The New York Times bureau chief in Brazil, where he covers Latin America’s Southern Cone. Romero was first hired by the Times in 1999, and began working in his current position in 2011. How … Continue reading

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Why Simon Romero is important to Latin American journalism

by Luisa Anderson It is unsatisfying to read Simon Romero’s words in only 140 characters, because it simply limits his grace and intelligence. I first came across Romero by chance on Twitter. As the bureau chief of Brazil at The … Continue reading

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Top Tweeters for Latin American news

by Luisa Anderson Twitter is an important resource for journalists to talk directly to other journalists around the country and globe. Below is a list of some of the most important tweeters in Latin American news. They share their own … Continue reading

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Reporting in Latin America

By: Luisa Anderson Over one year ago, I sat in my History of Latin America class, fascinated by figures like Rigoberta Menchu and her role in bringing victims of the Guatemalan Civil War to justice. One year later, and I … Continue reading

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