Harry L. Simón Salazar

Race & Ethnicity in the U.S., 2020 Census (including the over/undercounts!)

  – “White alone, not Hispanic or Latino” Original 2020 Data Adjusted for 1.64% Overcount[1]This overcount was specific to the category of “White alone, not Hispanic or Latino.” the 2020 overcount was twice what it was in the 2010 census (.83%). Over/undercounts are only noted … Continue reading) – 191.7  of 332 million people in the …

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COM 381: Special Topics – Latin American Media

COM 381: Special Topics – Latin American Media will focus on contemporary Latin American media and popular forms of political communication. We will concentrate on the history and cultural ascendancy of Latin American television. Throughout the course, we will study the media’s instrumental role during moments of political transition and crisis in Brazil, Chile, Mexico, …

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Communication Revolutions in Latin America, London School of Economics

This summer I was invited to participate in a podcast titled Communication Revolutions in Latin America: Revolutions in Electronic Communication, produced by Dr. Anna Cant from the Department of International History, London School of Economics and Political Science. The episode was published in October.  Communication Revolutions Podcast · Revolutions in Electronic Communication “In this podcast, historian Dr Anna Cant (LSE) …

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“Friendship Park Silent March”

“Open Friendship Park Silent March” – Video and interviews collected during a June 13, 2021 “silent march” to re-open the family meeting area at Border Field State Park in San Diego, California. For more information about how to support the effort to reopen the Friendship Circle, visit the Friends of Friendship Park website at: https://www.friendshippark.org. …

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