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Mai Nolasco-Carranza

Videographer

Mai Nolasco-Carranza is a videographer from Queens, New York. Prior to her role at Newsy, she was a freelance videographer and associate producer at the CUNY J-school's "dotNYC." She received her her Bachelor of Arts in anthropology from Hunter College and her Master of Arts in documentary and media studies from The New School.

  Recent Work
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Groups Ramp Up Messaging Efforts On Judicial Picks Ahead Of 2020

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Half A Million Farms Have Received Federal Aid Amid China Trade War

Donna Johnson says her son was brokered to several treatment centers for kickbacks
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Body Brokers Are Undermining Efforts To End The U.S. Addiction Crisis

An exam room at La Clinica Del Pueblo, an immigrant community health center in Washington, D.C.
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Immigrants Fear Having Health Insurance Could Hurt Legal Status

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Religious Generational Divide Could Affect Courting Of Black Voters

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Amid Soaring Costs And Debt, Can Trade Schools Make A Comeback?

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Venezuelans Hold Out Hope For Guaido In May Day Protests

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Internment Camp Survivor Discusses Reparations

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Joe Biden's Candidacy Will Likely Upend 2020 Democratic Field

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Why Tax Day Is So Much Harder For Marijuana Businesses

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Affordable Housing For Low Income Rural Americans At A Tipping Point

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'Implant Files' Investigation Highlights Gender Bias In Medicine

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'Implant Files' Exposes Dangers Of The Global Medical Device Industry

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Obamacare Is Popular With Conservatives. So Is Repealing It.

U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar gives remarks during the We The People Summit in Washington, D.C. on April 1, 2019.
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2020 Dems Pitch Progressive Ideas During We The People Summit

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A Bill To Let Weed Businesses Use Banks Is One Step Closer to Passing

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Senate Debates 'Extreme Risk' Gun Confiscation Laws

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Gun Rights Group Plans To Continue Court Fight Over Bump Stock Ban

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Venezuelan Millennials Feel Isolated By Emigration Crisis

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How 2020 Dems Are Talking About The Mueller Report

Special Counsel Robert Mueller
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Mueller's Final Report Could Model Past Special Investigations

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2020 Dems Face New Challenges Talking About Personal Wealth

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What 2020 Candidates' Pot Platforms Say About Views On Legal Weed

Sonia Rao with Newsy's Chance Seales
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Dream Jobs: Pop Culture Reporter

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One Man's Plan To Fix Contempt In Politics

A man carrying water in Venezuela
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Life In Venezuela During The Country's Devastating Blackouts

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LGBTQ Advocates Hopeful But Cautious Over Trump's HIV Plan

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Congress May Soon Unveil Major Data Privacy Legislation

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Out-Of-State College Students Condemn N.H. Voting Bill