A Conversation with Alfredo Corchado on "Homelands: Four Friends, Two Countries, and the Fate of the Great Mexican-American Migration" and Border and Immigration Politics and Journalism
Audio recording on an online discussion with Alfredo Corchado held on October 2, 2020 as part of the Dean's Lecture & Concert Series and the Carol J. Worrell Annual Series on Literature with student and alumni co-moderators David Adah-Ogoh, Onysha Boak, Salomon Cordova, Nani Detti, Mario Moreno, Miselo Matipa. The Dean's Office has provided this description of the event: "Join us for a conversation with Alfredo Corchado, one of the nation’s leading journalists and authors on U.S.-Mexican, border, and immigration issues. He is the Mexico Border correspondent for the Dallas Morning News, and is the author of Midnight in Mexico and his latest book, Homelands: Four Friends, Two Countries, and the Fate of the Great Mexican-American Migration. Corchado will share reflections on his writing, the current state of the border, and the practice of journalism, followed by a question period, moderated by a panel of St. John’s students and alums."
Santa Fe, NM
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