Covering Uvalde took a toll on Latino journalists

When a reporter covers tragedy, it’s especially tough when the community affected is their own. Liliana Soto is an assistant professor of practice at the University of Arizona School of Journalism and an assistant director for the school’s Bilingual Journalism Program. She joins host Krys Boyd to discuss the emotional toll of Latino journalists covering the El Paso and Uvalde mass shootings, necessary coping skills, and why self-care is so difficult for reporters. Her article published by Palabra is “Flipping the Lens.”