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I Am My Father's Daughter

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Five nights a week, María Elena Salinas looks into a television camera and delivers the news to millions of television viewers. But when the newscast is over, she is like so many other women across the country: a wife and a mother, struggling to find balance between her personal and professional life. When María Elena accidentally discovers her recently deceased father had

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Kindle Edition, 266 pages
Published May 4th 2009 by HarperCollins e-books
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Sonia
Mar 20, 2015 Sonia rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: memoirs, journalism, non-fiction
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So I could sit here and say this is your average memoir of a famous personality - and it is. Except to me, it isn't. It's a memoir of a person like me and that makes a difference. Hearing the story of another Latina of immigrant parents resonates deep within me. She gives a voice to my story. It's something that many don't understand. It's important to be exposed to successful Latino/a faces to show it can be done - more than si se puede - si se pudo and to know that there are others like you ...more
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