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Asheka James and Diego Morello

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Asheka James is a young journalist with a passion for social justice. She is a Broadcast Journalism major with a concentration in sociology at Brooklyn College and will earn a Bachelors of Science in 2013. Once she graduates she hopes to work her way up in the TV news business to become a reporter for a leading network. James is a regular contributor to her school newspaper and will intern on the news desk at WABC-TV this summer. During her spare time James loves to play the piano and spend time with her younger sister. She holds an Associates Degree from Kingsborough College. Diego Morello, a native of the Bronx, is a broadcast journalism major at Brooklyn College. He's the news director at WBCR, the college radio station. Diego is also an intern at New York 1, and recently visited and studied in China at B.C.'s Study abroad program.


Articles, Investigations and Blogs

College students are pressing the state legislature to pass a New York version of an idea that's stalled at the federal level: Giving undocumented immigrant students a chance at a career in America.