Latina Journalist Reflects on How 9/11 Still Haunts Today's Immigrants

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Univision news anchor Maria Elena Salinas reflects on what it was like to cover the attacks of September 11, 2001 as a journalist. Her memories, accompanied with footage of that fateful event, illustrate the hard job all journalists experienced that day in trying to balance emotion with objectivity in getting their job done. Salinas not only reflects on what that day impacted her but how that event affected the Latino community in the United States and changed the national attitude towards immigrants, border security and immigration policy.

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