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Hispanic Link News Service
Hispanic Link News Service syndicated three opinion, news analysis and feature columns weekly to more than 300 newspapers and other media throughout the United States, with some additional distribution in Latin America. Columns were offered in English and Spanish.
Among its more frequent voices: from the WEST COAST: attorney Hermán Sillas, scholar Raymond Rodríguez, labor Dick Meister, journalists Ricardo Chavira, Eduardo Acevedo, Ernesto Portillo Jr. NORTHWEST: analyst John Flórez SOUTHEAST: humorist Marisella Veiga, columnist Carlos Conde SOUTHWEST: journalism educator Mercedes Lynn de Uriarte, teacher Elisa Martínez, blogger Marisa Treviño, political analyst Andy Hernández, prison writer Jorge Antonio Renaud, border correspondent Zita Arocha, NORTHEAST: policy analyst Angelo Falcón, attorney/humorist Raúl Reyes, poet Bessy Reyna, international affairs Frank Gómez MEXICO CITY: José de le Isla MID-ATLANTIC-WASHINGTON, D.C.: media expert Joseph Torres, health author Jane Delgado, and the Link’s Washington, D.C.-based editorial staff, headed by Alejandro Meneses Miyashita and Christine Senteno.
Our only taboos were: 1) Do NOT use the word “American” to refer to the United States or its residents. 2) Do NOT use the demeaning terms “illegal alien” or “minority,” period.