Reporter @WPLN. News fellow covering immigration, criminal justice and other community issues. Truth seeker. Made in Argentina, raised in ATL. 📩 julie@wpln.org

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​I report on immigration, criminal justice and other social issues for WPLN- Nashville Public Radio, Middle Tennessee's NPR station. I began as an intern in summer 2017 and stayed on to become the station's first reporting fellow. My stories about immigration, life after prison and white supremac...

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RT @WPLN: Know a great radio editor who’s looking for a great radio station? We’re hiring.  http://bit.ly/2rd4rhI 
Last week, TN's Attorney General asked the state Supreme Court to schedule eight new execution dates before June, when the drugs are set to expire.
"Today, attorneys for thirty-three Tennessee death row prisoners filed a complaint in the Chancery Court of Davidson County alleging that the state’s protocol will result in the “[needless] experience [of] terror, pain, and suffocation during execution.”  http://bit.ly/2CxAklJ 
"Once [poor defendants are] behind bars, Metro charges them $44 per day... In some cases, defendants can rack up thousands of dollars in jail fees, a charge they are subject to only because they couldn’t make bail in the first place." via @iamstevenhale  http://bit.ly/2FhsAqY 
Don’t get to shoot many portraits in Nashville. This was a dope session w/ an awesome group of creatives. (This is one of my best friends, Eli. He painted that 9 ft. canvas mostly by laying on the ground and making symmetrical movements with his body. It was awesome to watch.) https://t.co/Jca8j7x50f
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