Interviews with Latino Journalists Yield Stories of Discrimination in U.S. Newsrooms

As part of a unique reporting project, grantees Dagmar Thiel and Frank LaRue interviewed dozens of Latino journalists across the U.S. about their experiences as journalists. What they uncovered were stories of disrespect and discrimination. 

Their reporting is punctuated by an ongoing study started in 2020 by Fundamedios, a Pan-American nonprofit that advocates for media freedom and the protection of journalists, which found that almost half 45% of the participants said they experienced direct racial discrimination. 

You can read the full report, published in palabra. here