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MIAMI - MARCH 20, 2017- Hosted by Noticias Telemundo anchor José Díaz-Balart, “Latinos Venciendo el Miedo” (Latinos Overcoming Fear) featured the participation of immigrants at the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Chicago who voiced their questions and concerns about the implementation of President Donald Trump’s immigration policy.

A group of expert panelists, including Father Manny Dorantes, immigration lawyer and Noticias Telemundo contributor Alma Rosa Nieto, executive director of Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley (CCRGV) Norma Pimentel, and psychologist Jorge Partida, took questions from the audience and offered specific information on how to appropriately deal with the new policies.

Following “Inmigración, Trump y los Hispanos” (Immigration, Trump and the Hispanic Community), the most watched program on Spanish-language television on the day of its broadcast, the town hall “Latinos Venciendo el Miedo” was Noticias Telemundo sixth news special produced after the election of President Donald Trump under the banner “Telling It Like It Is” (“Las Cosas Como Son” in Spanish).

In parallel to the news special, “El Poder en Ti,” Telemundo’s robust community initiative will continue to provide information, tools and resources via its new citizenship and immigration site.

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