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For Latina Magazine:
Inspiring Latina – Interview with Patty Rodriguez
This is a radio story I co-produced during my internship with NPR’s Latino USA. About the story: Before she became a YouTube superstar, Dulce Candy Ruiz served as a soldier in the U.S. Army. The Mexican-born video blogger arrived in the U.S. as a child and was able to enlist with a green card right out of high school. After dealing with bouts of depression and a 15-month deployment in Iraq, Dulce Candy posted her first makeup video tutorial on YouTube and the rest was history. Now, at over 2 million subscribers, the veteran-turned-beauty guru is the author of her own book, The Sweet Life, and CEO of her own lifestyle brand, Dulce Candy Inc.
This is a radio story I did in Spanish as a part of a radio show for my journalism master’s program at the University of Barcelona. About the story: Hear how this group of Quechua-speaking Peruvian immigrants share and maintain their Andean culture and native language in Spain, 6,000 miles away from home.
This is a radio story I did in Spanish as a part of a radio show for my journalism master’s program at the University of Barcelona. Due to strict time constraints for the show, the story is 3:20 minutes. About the story: EatWith is a site, which follows the shared economy style of AirBnB and Spain’s BlaBlaCar, where you can book a seat at a chef’s dinner table and dine with strangers. This story shares the dining experience.
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