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El Sol Habla | Triny Rochin

En este episodio de El Sol Habla, Vanessa Porras entrevista a Triny Rochin, columnista de El Sol del Valle, Triny tiene una columna llamada Volver a lo esencial. En la próxima edición de su columna, Triny hablará sobre el grupo de inmigrantes Venezolanos que encontraron viviendo debajo del puente en Carbondale. Triny se enteró sobre esta noticia como muchos de nosotros, a través de la cobertura de Samuel Bernal en La Tricolor Aspen, pero Triny también ha sido parte del esfuerzo comunitario para ayudar a nuestro nuevos vecinos por medio de la organización LiftUp y siente que como comunidad deberíamos de ayudar en lo que podamos.

In this episode of El Sol Habla, Vanessa Porras interviews Triny Rochin, columnist for El Sol del Valle, Triny has a column called Volver a lo esencial (Back to Basics). In the next edition of her column, Triny will talk about the group of Venezuelan immigrants found living under the bridge in Carbondale. Triny learned about this news like many of us, through Samuel Bernal's coverage in La Tricolor Aspen, but Triny has also been part of the community effort to help our new neighbors through the organization LiftUp and feels that as a community we should help in any way we can.

Vanessa is a bilingual and bicultural printmaking artist, educator, and writer. She's passionate about mental health, environmental advocacy, cultural equity, and education as a means to create bridges between the Latino and Anglo communities. She previously served as a board member for The Sopris Sun, where she is now the Editor for the Spanish insert, El Sol del Valle, and writes a monthly column, Al No Artista.
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