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Roberto Suro

Roberto Suro

The son of Hispanic immigrants, Roberto Suro was born and raised in Washington, DC. After graduating from Yale (BA, 1993) and Columbia University (MS, 1974), he began a career as a newspaper reporter in Chicago. He was employed as a correspondent for Time Magazine from 1978-1985 when he joined the New York Times as bureau chief, first in Rome and then in Houston. In March 1994, Suro became staff writer for the Washington Post and was promoted to his current position as Deputy National Editor in March, 1995. He authored the critically acclaimed Remembering The American Dream: Hispanic Immigration and National Policy (1994), and is completing Not As Strangers: The Latinos Come North, due to be published in 1997.

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