Pilar Marrero | KCET
Pilar Marrero is a journalist and author with long experience in covering social and political issues of the Latino community in the United States. She is the author of the book "Killing the American Dream," which chronicles the last 25 years of immigration policy mishaps in the United States and their consequences for the country´s economic future. The book was also published in Spanish by Penguin Books with the title “El Despertar del Sueño Americano.”
She also has taught journalism at UCLA Extension and Cal State Northridge and is currently covering the 2016 Presidential campaign for Impremedia, a company with media outlets in 15 markets across the U.S., including the flagship La Opinion Newspaper in Los Angeles.
Post date: 2019-11-08T09:53:26-08:00
Exactly 25 years ago, 59% of California voters passed the “Save Our State” initiative, better known as Proposition 187, which called for throwing undocumented children out of schools and hospitals and for teachers and nurses to become de-facto immigration
Post date: 2019-05-31T14:23:23-07:00
Residents working in local agriculture are invited to offer input to an important environmental rescue project at Ormond Beach in Oxnard, a beach in their community that many have never visited.
Post date: 2019-02-17T12:02:11-08:00
A White House press release indicated the Administration planned to get a total of $8.1 billion that would "further the President's effort to secure the Southern Border and protect our country."
Post date: 2018-12-21T11:34:52-08:00
Major trends, policies and events that marked the Golden State this year, and some runners up.
Post date: 2018-11-12T13:52:36-08:00
A new partnership between local nonprofit Lift to Rise and the University of Southern California´s Price Center for Social Innovation, will mine public data to help the community illuminate the issues and create solutions.
Post date: 2018-07-17T12:00:04-07:00
The stocks of two of the largest private prison contractors skyrocketed in the month after President Trump’s inauguration and have continued to grow.