Friday, April 21st


Carmen Aristegui: "Trump from the Mexican Perspective"

We are at capacity – seating is not reserved and will be first come, first served.


Acclaimed Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui will present her views on how the news media in Mexico perceives Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office.

The event will include a conversation between Aristegui and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and UC Berkeley investigative reporting Professor Lowell Bergman.

Aristegui has received numerous awards throughout her career as a radio and broadcast journalist in Mexico and Latin America. Fortune Magazine
included her in its 2017 list of World’s Greatest Leaders.

Recommended Reading:

Expelled from Mexican radio after ‰”blow from censorship,” Carmen Aristegui’s show returns via the Internet” (The Knight Center for Journalism at UT Austin, January 2017)

Mexican Journalist Who Exposed Scandal Says Lawsuit Is Meant as a Warning (The New York Times, July 2016)

Dismissal of News Anchor in Mexico: A Return to “÷Bad Old Days’ of Media Control? (Vice News, March 2015)

Press contact: Marlena Telvick at journalism@berkeley.edu.


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