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“I’m not just looking for someone who is able to interview in Spanish. I want someone who is a native Spanish speaker, who really knows this community and its needs around education.”
“It’s impossible to understand the future of this country if you don’t understand it bilingually. It makes no sense for us not to look at both languages.”
“We have a potential of six million readers. You may not convince all six million people to be your socios, but if you learn more about their interests, you can get closer.”
“We not only want to stay with the audience we have, but also want to use CityLab Latino to get closer to younger, urban Hispanics.”
Spanish-language journalism programs are few and far between in the U.S., but CUNY’s is well-positioned right out of the gate. One upcoming challenge: fundraising.
It’s also translating one of its cornerstone field guides to North American birds: “If you’re a Spanish speaker and wanted to look up birds in Spanish, there was really nowhere online where you could go and search for that information.”