Miranda Mazariegos Miranda Mazariegos is NPR's 2021-2022 Reflect America Fellow.
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Miranda Mazariegos

Miranda Mazariegos

2021-2022 Reflect America Fellow

Miranda Mazariegos is NPR's 2021-2022 Reflect America Fellow. She has worked with NPR's history podcast Throughline and with Weekend All Things Considered. She is now doing a rotation with the Culture Desk.

Prior to the fellowship, Mazariegos worked as a multimedia producer for Radio Ambulante, NPR's Spanish-language podcast. There, she focused on creating digital content to accompany podcast episodes, designing social media growth strategies and bringing the community of listeners closer to the show. She has written about Latin America, gender issues and religion for VICE News, KPCC and The GroundTruth Project, among others.

Mazariegos graduated magna cum laude from the University of Southern California. She is currently studying to become a certified translator in her home country of Guatemala.

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Encore: Exhibit takes visitors closer to the National Museum of the American Latino

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The entrance to the Molina Family Latino Gallery at the National American History Museum in Washington, D.C National Museum of the American Latino by Tony Powell hide caption

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A new exhibit takes visitors closer to the National Museum of the American Latino

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What do you call a flower that flits from bird to bird? Which birds dictate the order of the flock while it flies? Copyright @ 2022 by Paloma Valdivia; used with permission by Enchanted Lion Books hide caption

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The National Portrait Gallery marks 50 years since Watergate with new exhibit

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In a record year for book ban attempts, ALA says these 10 books were challenged most

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The pandemic brought in-person learning to a halt in Guatemala. And it's been a challenge to get some schools open again. Above: Hermogenes Gonzales Mejia school in Guatemala City. which finally welcomed back its students in February. Miranda Mazariegos/NPR hide caption

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