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Aurelia Fierros

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(Spanish version after this) Aurelia Fierros has lived in the Los Angeles area for nearly 10 years. During her journalism career years, she has been a reporter, script writer, producer and host for TV and Radio newscasts, as well as columnist and article writer for print media in Mexico City. After her arrival to the US in 2000, Aurelia has worked as a freelance reporter, as a corporate communications specialist and as a translator. She has extensive experience and a natural ability for dissecting political and current general issues. Aurelia obtained a Bachelor Degree in Communications Sciences from the University of Sonora, in Hermosillo, Mexico. Locally, she has completed several courses of the Certificate Program in Journalism with concentration in Print and Broadcast Media, at UCLA. *** Nació en Hermosillo, Sonora, México. Ha sido reportera, guionista, productora y conductora de noticieros de TV y radio; articulista y columnista de medios impresos en su país natal. Presenció desde “adentro” la corrupción de la política mexicana cuando al formar parte de la cobertura de la campaña presidencial de 1994, asesinan a Luis Donaldo Colosio, candidato por el entonces partido en el poder, el PRI. A partir de su llegada a los Estados Unidos, en el año 2000, Aurelia se ha desempeñado como periodista independiente, especialista en comunicación corporativa y traductora. Egresada de la facultad de ciencias sociales de la Universidad de Sonora como Licenciada en Ciencias de la Comunicación. Localmente, ha acreditado diversos cursos del Programa de Certificación en Periodismo con concentración en medios impresos y electrónicos de UCLA.

El Juicio a Trump

Hay una especie de contaminación informativa que diluye la gravedad del momento político. La realidad es que Trump se defiende en cuatro frentes simultáneos y la crisis pone en peligro real su permanencia en la presidencia

Origin and perspective of Spanglish in the United States (I)

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Obama and the Freedom of the Press

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Obama’s Nobel Prize: premature and not on merit, analysts say

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Political correctness: Obama’s fear for semantics

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The Underwear Bomber and Obama’s Anti-Terror Policy

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Origin and perspective of Spanglish (II)

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Presentación: SPANGLISH, el suplemento

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California Against Slavery: raising the bar on human trafficking legislation

'Human trafficking is a criminal business that profits from enslaving people for sexual servitude and forced labor. It is flourishing in California because the law is weak'.

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Facebook, love it, hate it; above and beyond

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