Jensen Toussaint

Jensen Toussaint
I cover leaders and professionals within the Latino and Hispanic communities in the United States.

I am a 2018 graduate of the Klein College of Media and Communication at Temple University, earning my bachelor’s degree in journalism. As an undergrad, my work appeared in The Temple News, where I was a freelance writer. Prior to that, I attended the Community College of Philadelphia, where I earned my associate degree in Liberal Arts. I came to AL DÍA with the intention of learning about a different community, one that is very prominent both in Philadelphia and the United States.

Area of Coverage: 
Leaders, Professionals, Business, Entrepreneurs
Writer and Content Producer

Un proyecto de ley muy atrasado: La Cámara de Representantes de EE.UU. aprobó un proyecto de ley que convierte el linchamiento en un crimen federal de odio

 03/02/2020 - 16:41
A plaque marks the gravesite of Emmett Till at Burr Oak Cemetery May 4, 2005 in Aslip, Illinois. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

La "Ley Emmett Till Antilynching" llega casi 65 años después del asesinato de Till, y es uno de los casi 200 intentos de aprobar tal legislación.