En la ciudad de Nueva York, una vendedora de comidas, conmemora su vigésima navidad sin la documentación necesaria que la habilite para visitar a su familia en México. Para ella, el tibio arroz y los tamales calientes que prepara y vende, ayudan a mantener vivas las tradiciones culturales cada día.
(WOMENSENEWS)–In the days immediately after the Sept. 11 attacks, The Washington Post added a second op-ed page, media critic Geneva Overholser said in a recent National Public Radio commentary”This meant that the Post could present twice as many views as usual. Instead of the typical five opinion columns, there were 10. And every one was written by a man,” reported Overholser, a syndicated columnist for the Washington Post Writers Group. She added that during the first week after the terrorist attacks, the New York Times and the Washington Post–the two dailies most read by policymakers–together had 65 signed opinion pieces.