Yamily Habib

Yamily Habib
I cover national and international politics from a Latino perspective.

A fanatic of history and political analysis, I now dedicate myself to giving news platforms the historical background they so desperately need. Art historian, visual anthropologist and philosopher living in France, I found in AL DÍA News the space to put political reality in context from a new perspective. When I am not writing, I dedicate my time to discovering the Latin American musical avant-garde, far from the reggeton and stereotyped tendencies. Proudly Venezuelan, in diaspora.

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The White House and the Hispanic community: a 'zero-communication' policy

 08/16/2018 - 13:23
During Aguirre's administration, the White House deactivated the Spanish version of its website, and communication with the Latino communication platforms was limited.

The government of Donald Trump has tried to maintain appearances with respect to its will to communicate and collaborate with the Hispanic community in the country, but the recent resignation of one of the administration's few Latino officials seems to make clear that there’s no viable communication.


La Casa Blanca y la Comunidad Hispana: una política de “comunicación cero”

 08/16/2018 - 13:21
Durante la gestión de Aguirre, la Casa Blanca desactivó la versión en español de su sitio web, y la comunicación con las plataformas de comunicación Latinas fue escasa.

El gobierno de Donald Trump ha intentado mantener las apariencias con respecto a su voluntad de comunicarse y colaborar con la comunidad hispana en el país, pero la reciente renuncia de una de las pocas funcionarias Latinas de su Administración parece dejar en claro que no existe un canal de comunicación viable.