Notes on Contributors
J U L I A N A B A R B A S S
A, a native of Brazil, is covering immigration
issues, the environment, and agriculture for the Associated Press
in California.
A N A C A M P
OY, a native of Mexico, is a reporter with Dow Jones
Newswires in Frankfurt/Main, Germany. She covers macroeconomics
and economic integration in Germany and the Euro Zone.
M I M I C H A K A ROVA
is a lecturer in photography at the Graduate School
of Journalism at the University of California, Berkeley.
LY D I A C H Á V E Z
is a former reporter in Latin America for the New
YorkTimes and currently serves as chair of the executive committee at
the Center for Latin American Studies and associate professor at the
Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California, Berkeley.
She is the author of The Color Bind: California’s Battle to End
Affirmative Action (1998).
J O H N C OT É
is a reporter for the Modesto Bee.
J U L I A N F O L E Y
works as a freelance writer in Berkeley, California.
Á N G E L G O N Z Á L E
Z, a native of Venezuela, is a reporter for Al Día,
the Spanish-language daily published by the Dallas Morning News.
M E G A N L A R D N E R
is a producer for public television and a freelance writer.
E Z E Q U I E L M I N AYA
works as a reporter for the Los AngelesTimes.
DA N I E L A M O H O
R, who has dual citizenship in Chile and France, is
a freelance reporter based in Santiago, Chile. She writes on social and
international issues for different magazines including El Sábado, the
Saturday supplement of Chile’s leading newspaper El Mercurio.
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