6:00 - 7:00
Roberto Lovato is a writer and journalist working out of the San Francisco Writer's Grotto. He recently completed a 3-year commitment as a Visiting Scholar at U.C. Berkeley's Center for Latino Policy Research. Roberto is also the recipient of a crisis reporting grant from the Pulitzer Center. His journalistic work spans the entire hemisphere and centers on some of the border-smashing issues of our time: immigration, the drug war, national security and climate change. His work also explores the intimate link between the online and offline worlds, between storytelling and social movements. Lovato is a co-founder of Dignidad Literaria is a grassroots campaign for greater Latinx inclusion in the United States publishing industry that has grabbed the attention of activists and publishing executives alike.
Reservations required: https://bit.ly/RLovato9-16-20
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