Saturday, October 16, 2021

Manny Garcia

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Manny Garcia is a senior majoring in journalism at FIU. He aspires to be a reporter for the White House Press Corps. His interests include global politics, American history, world affairs and travel.

Few complain about a confederate memorial that’s centerstage in Miami

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