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On this week’s episode, Yali Nuñez joins to highlight National Hispanic Heritage Month. We discuss the contributions of the largest minority group in America. We also look at new polling that shows a decline in Hispanic pride in the U.S. due to poor leadership and how the community views the immigration crises at the border.
Yali Nuñez is a visiting fellow at IWF and the former Executive Director of Communications for the City of Hialeah. Before her role as Executive Director, she worked for approximately 4 years as the Director of Hispanic Media and Spokesperson for the Republican National Committee (RNC), giving the Latino community a voice inside the Republican Party. Prior to her work with the RNC, Ms. Nuñez was invited to join as Director of Hispanic Communications for the successful reelection campaign of Senator Marco Rubio. She worked for five years as a journalist for prestigious national and international media outlets, including FOX and Univision.
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