There’s a Culturally-Relevant Journalism School in NYC

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I think I’ve said this a million times, but I love my neighborhood.

And not only because I can easily find authentic foods like Hispanic lettuce and ethnically diverse beauty salons, but because business owners really go out of their way to cater to an increasingly Latino demographic.

I might not live near Columbia, but I’m a proud neighbor of the Dominican Institute of Journalism, founded by Dr. Pittaluga in 2005. ¡Sí, señor!

 

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One Response to There’s a Culturally-Relevant Journalism School in NYC

  1. Nunez says:

    LOL I used to live across the street from this place! I love this blog! It makes me proud to be Hispanic/Latina(I never know which term to use..neither? both?Anywho… I digress) and laugh because someone else notices these things…

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