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Here’s a new way to connect with WITF’s Anthony Orozco about Latino, immigration news

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Latinos gather in Reading, Pa., for the second Puerto Rican Day Parade and Festival in City Park.

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Latinos gather in Reading, Pa., for the second Puerto Rican Day Parade and Festival in City Park.

I’m Anthony Orozco, WITF’s Latino beat reporter, and I’m inviting you to join me in my new text club at joinsubtext.com/latinos

The service is free to sign up for, and is a direct, two-way connection to me as I cover trends and issues in the commonwealth’s fastest growing population. It’s part of America Amplified, a national project among public media organizations based on listening, community engagement and reflecting America.

About once a week, I’ll share the stories I’ve recently published and some behind-the-scenes info on stories I’m currently working on. And this is where you come in. 

Have you ever seen a story and thought, “the reporter should have talked to this person” or they should have asked this question?” With my text club, you can give me insights and tips or let me know what are your burning questions. 

I hope to work with you soon.

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