Covers Arizona and New Mexico as the Phoenix bureau chief for The New York Times. Originally from Brazil.
Links: NYT bio | (Current as of: October 13, 2014)
Fernanda Santos covers Arizona and New Mexico as the Phoenix bureau chief for The New York Times. She was previously based in New York, where she covered the New York City public school system; Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s City Hall; Queens, New York City’s most ethnically diverse borough; and the rural and suburban communities of New York State. Ms. Santos holds a bachelor’s degree in social communications from Pontifícia Universidade Católica of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, her home country, and a master’s degree in print journalism from Boston University.
CONTENT BY THIS PERSONNews Story Fernanda Santos
New York Times (NYT)
June 14, 2014
States lag in funding court interpreters for immigrants speaking many different languages. The federal DOJ is cracking down on states, forcing them to comply with the law and find the funds.
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