Juan Gonzalez

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New York Daily News
New York, NY
The Village Voice calls him "the most radical person in the above-it-all world of New York daily journalism." A New York Daily News staff columnist, he received the 1999 George Polk Award for commentary in recognition of his columns about the racial divide in the United States. He was the only Hispanic in 13 categories to win a Polk award. The recipient of many other journalism honors, Mr. Gonzalez is author of Roll Down Your Window: Stories of a Forgotten America (1995).
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