CLACS is proud to join bring you “Journalism in Mexico Now“, a presentation to highlight the work of two of Mexico’s most prominent journalists: John M. Ackerman, one of Mexico’s leading public intellectuals, and David Brooks, U.S. correspondent for the Mexican daily La Jornada.
The panel will be moderated by Roque Planas, a NYC-based journalist covering latino and Latin American issues for The Huffington Post. This event is part of “Celebrate Mexico Now”, New York City’s annual festival of contemporary Mexican art, culture and ideas.
John M. Ackerman is one of Mexico’s leading public intellectuals, writing bi-weekly columns at both the daily La Jornada and at Proceso magazine. He also writes frequently on Latin American politics for the international press, including Los Angeles Times, Foreign Policy, The Nation and The Atlantic.
David Brooks has been La Jornada’s U.S. correspondent since 1992. He is the author of several scholarly works. In 1988, he founded the Mexico-U.S. Diálogos Program, which has promoted an ongoing bilateral interchange among national social sectors from both countries on economic integration.
Join us Monday, October 24, at 6:30 p.m. for this important conversation on journalism in Mexico.