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Amelia Orjuela Da Silva

Amelia Orjuela Da Silva
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Amelia Orjuela Da Silva is a senior majoring in digital journalism with a minor in social media and E-marketing analytics. After graduation, she wishes to pursue a career in the entertainment field as a writer/reporter to shine a light on stories that need to be discovered.

Venezuelan small business celebrates Latin American entrepreneurship in Washington, D.C. (includes video story)

Arttepuy is a small business in Washington, D.C., that supports the businesses of women artisans across Latin America. Its name is a combination of...

Immigration shapes up as prime election issue, Brookings speakers say (includes video story)

Immigrants positively impact the U.S. economy and labor market. That is one of the key points presented at a Brookings Institution event held in Washington,...

Gaza ceasefire negotiations stall when no agreement is reached (includes video story)

To see today's video story from the newscast click here. President Biden presented an Israeli ceasefire proposal last Friday, but so far neither side has...

Donald Trump makes history as first U.S. president convicted of felonies (includes video story)

After six weeks of juror selection, testimony and deliberation at Donald J. Trump’s hush money trial, the former president has now become the first...

Memorial Day Parade in Washington, D.C. honors America’s heroes (includes video story)

On Sunday, the twentieth National Memorial Day Parade in Washington, D.C. brought thousands to Constitution Avenue to honor those who sacrificed everything for the...

The effects of “Don’t Say Climate Change” bill in Florida (includes video story)

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis recently signed legislation that reduces the priority of climate change, removes the term "climate change" from state statutes and prohibits...

Michael Cohen finishes second day of testimony in Trump hush-money trial (includes video story)

Donald Trump's former lawyer, Michael Cohen, testified again in Manhattan yesterday against the former president on day 17 of the hush money trial.  Cohen recounted...

Food pantry in Coconut Grove helps the homeless with groceries and meals (includes video...

In the back of a pink church in Coconut Grove, a group of volunteers gathers every Tuesday morning to prep and deliver food without...

A store in West Kendall has books and more (includes video story)

The Kendall Book Exchange is one of the few remaining secondhand bookstores in Miami-Dade County. Its shelves hold more than 30,000 titles, ranging from...

Brain waste: College-educated adult immigrants struggle to work in their fields in the U.S.

Claudia Londoño recalls her first job in the United States in 2021. She was taught how to fold and manage a rack full of...