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Anthony Orozco, Report for America Reporter

Anthony Orozco
Anthony Orozco is the Latino communities reporter for WITF. Anthony joined PA Post in May 2020 as a Report For America corps member and transitioned to WITF in August 2020. He has worked in central Pennsylvania as a journalist, poet and community organizer since graduating with a degree in journalism from the University of Cincinnati in 2012.

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Kutztown University honors first Black graduate, long-time teacher in Reading

Bessie Reese Crenshaw said she didn’t mean to be trailblazer, but her passion for education pushed her to fulfill her dreams.

By Anthony Orozco

Work on Reading women’s shelter begins

The project costs more than originally projected due to increased construction prices but local government is pitching in.

By Anthony Orozco

The economy is the focus for some Pa. Latinos this election

Some voters have not yet learned about candidates for top statewide offices, and many say they are most concerned with their neighborhoods and pocketbooks.

By Anthony Orozco

Updated: August 10, 2022 | 3:00 pm

Pa. state senator, representative call for meetings about Berks County’s election problems

The lawmakers are taking two similar approaches and county officials have given no hint as to if they will participate in either offer.

By Anthony Orozco

Report: Berks County’s May primary was a maelstrom of failures

One large failure kicked off a series of problems for voters and election workers.

By Anthony Orozco

Berks County election director resigns after scrutiny, lawsuit over election problems

After less than six months on the job, the head of elections for Berks County leaves the post.

By Anthony Orozco

Harrisburg developer says creating affordable housing means more than new apartments

George Fernandez has played in health outreach for Latinos across the state. Now, he wants to house people in need.

By Anthony Orozco

A councilman in Reading wants the city to implement reparations for slavery

Several cities across the nation are exploring, and even implementing, municipal reparations for the descendants of enslaved Africans. Reading may be the next to take on the effort.

By Anthony Orozco

Alvernia University looks to expand in Reading, in part with public funds

Alvernia University looks to possibly move into another downtown Reading building with the help of the city and Berks County.

By Anthony Orozco

New podcast highlights the journey of Philadelphia shooting survivor

A new podcast by Kouvenda Media challenges the usual way news outlets report on shootings, victims and survivors.

By Anthony Orozco
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