Writer * Editor * Content Creator * Public Speaker
Elizabeth Llorente has won dozens of awards for works that have exposed abuses and corruption, explanatory narratives that have provided a deep, candid look at the roots of racial and ethnic tensions in local communities, and human interest stories about people and issues. She's broken dozens of stories, influencing debates and sparking state and national reforms. Llorente also has been a champion for equity and inclusion in newsrooms and media stories. She has been a core part of dozens of industry workshops and forums on best practices in diversity, equity and inclusion.
What I wish I'd told a mother lost too soon
US opioid epidemic hits Staten Island funeral homes hard, director turns activist
They are death certificates of people their age who accidently overdosed on opioids, or consumed some from a tainted batch, and ended up at the funeral home he directs.
"Don’t do it!" Moran yelled out at the audience in one of his talks last year. "I don’t want to see you in my funeral home! I’m here for one reason, to scare the living crap out o
Former 'Dog Whisperer' talks taming Seinfeld's pups, new season of 'Cesar 911'
The Dachshunds, named Jose and Foxy, each has its own problem. Foxy seems to detest Seinfeld, and Jose won’t stop barking.
Millan, who describes “Cesar 911” as a show in which he deals with extreme behavior that have owners rethinking keeping their pets, comes to the rescue by p
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The Billionaire And The Immigrant — Mark Zuckerberg And Carlos Vargas Join Forces In Silicon Valley For Immigration Reform
Carlos Vargas, 28, began life in poverty in Puebla, Mexico, where he shared one small bedroom with his widowed mother and three siblings. His mother, who crossed the U.S.-Mexican border illegally in 1990 with her four children, held multiple jobs here to make ends meet.
Mark Zuckerberg, 29, started his life in Dobbs Ferry, an affluent New York suburb of tree-lined streets and meticulously tended lawns rimming million-dollar homes. Zu
Campaign spies: when a candidate slips up, 'trackers' make sure the world is watching
True West Side Stories
Sandra Ramos, an advocate for the rights of battered women —
Venezuela's Andean Hideaway (Published 1989)
If You're Thinking of Living in:; HILLSBOROUGH (Published 1987)
Celia Cruz: Salsa Star, Expatriate, Whirlwind (Published 1987)
Ten of Ten
by her appearance. With a wig of questionable style, geeky eyeglasses and conspicuous snap-on braces, Ferrera
morphs into Betty Suarez, the nerdy secretary who manages to be happily — even confidently — out of place
at the fashion magazine where she works.