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Juan Carlos Chavez - Latino Affairs Reporter

Latino Affairs Reporter

I am from the city of Lima (Peru). When I was a teenager I thought of dedicating myself professionally to football but the passion for reading and writing took me in other ways. This is how I came to journalism, a profession that has allowed me to get to know other cultures, countries and people of all kinds. I live in the United States because I always believed that this was the best place to dedicate myself to the press and tell stories with a human sense. I was not wrong. I went through Miami and finally arrived in Tampa, a city that has its own history and a rich Hispanic tradition. The perfect combination for a journalist like me.

  1. Una voluntaria dando comida en un evento pasado.
  2. One of the local groups, Rebuilt Meals, will provide a variety of options including traditional, balanced, keto and plant-based food items.
  3. Melo se mudó recientemente a su casa móvil con su esposa e hijos en la zona rural de Riverview. El martes estaba instalando unas vigas de madera usadas para proteger las ventanas de su casa mobil.
  4. Sem Melo, 40, said hurricane season is a nightmare for families with only one household income.
"Our destiny often depends on how lucky we are,” he said as he prepped his house for Hurricane Ian on Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2022.
  5. Luis Maisonet es locutor de radio de “Flea Market en el aire” desde hace ocho años. Antes de eso, trabajó en diferentes estaciones de radio entre su natal Puerto Rico y el estado de Nueva York.
  6. Banderas que representan a los países hispanos ondean sobre el campo en The Lake House. El Festival de la Herencia Hispana del Condado de Hernando celebra en su tercer año.
  7. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis speaks to a crowd of supporters during the Keep Florida Free Tour on Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2022, in Tampa, Fla. DeSantis on Wednesday, Sept. 14, said two planes of immigrants were flown to Martha's Vineyard, escalating a tactic by Republican governors to draw attention to what they consider to be the Biden administration's failed border policies.
  8. Luis Maisonet hosts "Flea Market En Vivo" on Super Q WQBN Radio at the Tampa station on Monday, August 15, 2022. The program, which is one of the oldest non syndicated shows in Tampa Bay, is dedicated to broadcasting live calls from listeners who want to sell, trade or find items.
  9. Flags representing man Hispanic countries fly above the field at The Lake House in Hernando County. Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated Sept. 15-Oct. 15.
  10. Juan Carlos La Verde, bombero y paramédico, posa para un retrato el jueves 25 de agosto de 2022 en Brandon. Un caimán lo atacó el 3 de agosto de 2022 en el lago Thonotosassa en Florida.
  11. A small alligator lies still on the surface of an algae-covered pond at the Florida Botanical Gardens, Monday, Feb. 22, 2021 in Largo.
  12. Juan Carlos La Verde, a firefighter and paramedic, poses for a portrait on Thursday, Aug. 25, 2022, in Brandon. An alligator attacked him on Aug. 3, 2022 in Lake Thonotosassa in Florida.
  13. El cliente habitual Eugenio Moreno, a la izquierda, habla Henry Correa,propietario del restaurante colombiano La Hacienda en Tampa.
  14. A gaggle of signs welcome potential voters at the Bay West Club’s precincts 410 and 412 on Tuesday, Aug 23, 2022, during the Hillsborough County Primary Elections in Tampa.
  15. Regular customer Eugenio Moreno, left, speaks with owner Henry Correa, right, at the Tampa Colombian restaurant La Hacienda on Monday, August 15, 2022.
  16. Jazmin Cervantes-Garcia,  se está recuperando lentamente en el  Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg. el sábado la familia realizará un evento en Wimauma para recaudar fondos.
  17. Jasmin Cervantes-Garcia, a 12-year-old Wimauma girl, is recovering after she survived a fatal accident in Mexico a month ago. Jasmin was on vacation in Mexico with her mother, father and grandparents when their pickup truck and a passenger bus collided. Jasmin was taken to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg.
  18. Lourdes Hernandez-Gonzalez, a la izquierda, una trabajadora social de las Escuelas Públicas del Condado de Hillsborough, habla con Valeska Torres, de 27 años, y su hija Sofía, de 6, de Honduras, en un Centro de Bienvenida y Registro Escolar Temporal para Inmigrantes ubicado en Leto Adult Center, 7010 N Manhattan Ave., el martes 9 de agosto de 2022 en Tampa.
  19. Lourdes Hernandez-Gonzalez, on left, a Hillsborough County Public Schools social worker, talks with Valeska Torres, 27, and her daughter Sofia, 6, from Honduras, at a temporary Immigrant School Registration and Welcome Center located at Leto Adult Center, 7010 N. Manhattan Ave., on Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2022 in Tampa.
  20. El voluntario de Ministerios Metropolitanos Jim Arnold, de 70 años, de Lutz, pasa junto a un congelador vacío el lunes 25 de julio de 2022 en Tampa.  Metropolitan Ministries ha visto una caída del 25 por ciento en las donaciones de alimentos.
  21. In a matter of hours, the video went viral on the popular social platform, something that Michele never planned.
  22. According to investigators seen here at a press conference early Saturday, the deputy was attempting to get the man to stop the car and dragged 150 feet in the parking lot of the Rodeway Inn.
  23. The FBI investigates the Uhuru House at 1245 18th Ave S. in St. Petersburg on Friday, July 29, 2022.
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