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Regina Marchi

Regina Marchi studies alternative forms of media, political communication and civic engagement, focusing on populations historically marginalized from official politics and news media due to their race, ethnicity, social class, immigration status, gender or age. She has spoken nationally and internationally at scholarly conferences, universities and other venues, and has been interviewed by a variety of media outlets. She has traveled extensively throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa observing a wide variety of media practices and cultural communication rituals. Prior to life in academia, she worked as a journalist in the U.S. and Central America and as a community organizer regarding health and environmental justice issues. She is an affiliated faculty member in the Department of Latino and Caribbean Studies, the Center for Latin American Studies, and the Center for Race and Ethnicity.

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