Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Daniela Jaramillo

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Daniela loves to tell stories. Her favorite ways to tell stories are through video and photography. She is interested in human-related stories, food, and nature.  She enjoys exploring, eating, and meeting new people. She is working towards getting her degree in Broadcast Media with a track in TV Production.
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Refugee process in the U.S. calls for double standards (includes video story)

(This is the first of a series on the Ukraine-Russia conflict.)​​ Getting refugee status as a Ukrainian immigrant in...

Scholarship supports the future of young chemists

As the costs of living and education rise, students are relying more on scholarships to pay for higher learning. The financial burden...
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Cherry Blossom Festival attracts millions to Washington, DC (includes video story)

The nation’s capital surrounds itself with pink and white flowers for a special event that happens only once a year. The National...
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DC Blossom Kite Festival returns to the sky for the first time in two...

Locals and tourists put their flying skills to the test this past weekend as the Blossom Kite Festival returned to Washington, D.C....
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Lulac Institute hosts state of Latino America summit (includes video story)

The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), the nation's largest and oldest Latino civil rights organization, hosted its annual summit last...
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Black Rock Star Super Hero takes place in honor of Black History Month (includes...

Black history month celebrations continue in Washington D.C. with Black Rock Star Super Hero Marketplace this Sunday. Chocolate City Rocks, a multimedia event production...
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Almost 20 years later, D.C. sniper looks for a way out (includes video story)

Nearly 20 years ago, two men known as the D.C. Snipers terrorized the area, randomly shooting and killing 10 people and injuring three, including...
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Florida House in D.C. hosts world premiere of new composition (includes video story)

The Florida House, the state's unofficial "embassy" in the nation's capital, recently hosted the world premiere of a new and unique symphony written by...
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Washington D.C. hosts exhibit that honors Black artists (includes video story)

Florida’s home away from home in Washington D.C. is hosting an exhibit that celebrates Black artists and Florida’s beautiful landscapes. The exhibit called “Highwaymen” is...
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Lunar New Year brings celebration in the U.S. (includes video story)

The Year of the Tiger officially began on February 1. Washington, D.C. always marks the lunar new year in its very own Chinatown –...