Sonia Nazario

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author

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Sonia Nazario is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and the author of Enrique's Journey: The True Story of a Boy Determined to Reunite with His Mother. She sits on the board of Kids in Need of Defense, a nonprofit that recruits pro bono attorneys to represent unaccompanied minors.

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If 2016 felt short of good news, you might have missed that Honduras – once the murder capital of the world – has seen a big drop in homicides.

US aid is helping reduce gang violence in Honduras

If 2016 felt short of good news, you might have missed that Honduras – once the murder capital of the world – has seen a big drop in homicides.

from To the Point

Sonia Nazario won a Pulitzer Prize and other awards for  Enrique’s Journey , a book that alerted Americans to the plight of children fleeing from Central America.

US aid is helping reduce gang violence in Honduras

Sonia Nazario won a Pulitzer Prize and other awards for Enrique’s Journey , a book that alerted Americans to the plight of children fleeing from Central America.

from To the Point

On the Mexican border, the US is seeing another surge of immigrants from Central American — including unaccompanied children.

Immigrants Are Told "Don't Open the Door" to ICE during Raids

On the Mexican border, the US is seeing another surge of immigrants from Central American — including unaccompanied children.

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