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Emily Neil

Deputy Editor, Culture
Emily Neil
I cover education trends and policies relevant to Latino communities in the United States.

Most recently, I worked as a communications officer for SERES, a Guatemalan non-profit organization focused on youth leadership and sustainability education in Guatemala and El Salvador. Born and raised in Baltimore, MD, I received my Master's of Science in journalism from Columbia Journalism School in 2016, and graduated with a B.A. in Middle Eastern studies and a minor in Spanish and Latin American studies from Barnard College in 2014. 

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Deputy Editor, Culture

Luis Fonsi: Touring the world while remaining true to his roots

 08/23/2018 - 15:36

Ahead of his concert on Saturday in Atlantic City, NJ, the world-famous Puerto Rican singer-songwriter spoke to AL DÍA about the intangible international impact of "Despacito," the songs that have been the soundtrack to his own life, the continued recovery process in Puerto Rico after Maria, and more. 

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Residente: Músico, artista, director de cine, activista… y ser humano

 08/08/2018 - 14:23

El rapero puertorriqueño, que saltó a la fama con el grupo Calle 13, se ha convertido en una superestrella, conocida particularmente por expresar sus convicciones políticas y humanitarias. Pero su trabajo y misión como creativo implica una realidad mucho más compleja que ser un simple portavoz de las injusticias sociales.

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School District offers special registration, assessment for students who speak languages other than English

 07/31/2018 - 17:15

This week, the School District’s Multilingual Access Center kicked off its seventh annual Special Registration and Assessment program for students and families who speak a language other than English.

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