Alfredo Corchado

David Suro-Piniera

Alfredo Corchado is the Mexico Border correspondent for the Dallas Morning News and author of Midnight in Mexico. His latest book Homelands – Four Friends, Two Countries and the Fate of the Great Mexican-American Migration, Corchado tells the story of Mexican immigration over the last 30 years to the United States told from the perspective of four friends who first met in a Mexican restaurant in Philadelphia in 1987. Edmundo Resendez interviewed Corchado about his latest project.

Alfredo Corchado - A Bridge Between Two Countries

Jun 6, 2014

  June 6, 2014 – Las Cruces, NM - On this edition of PUENTES, bridges to the community, Emily Guerra revisits with the Mexico Bureau Chief for the Dallas Morning News and Author of “Midnight in Mexico: A Reporter’s Journey through a Country’s Descent into Darkness,” Alfredo Corchado; and with the Border Bureau Chief of the Albuquerque Journal, Lauren Courcy Villagran, and is also the Editor of Corchado’s “Midnight in Mexico.” He says many things have happened since the book was published in 2013.

Music to Read "Midnight In Mexico"

Aug 8, 2013

August 9, 2013 – Las Cruces, NM - On this edition of PUENTES, Emily Guerra bridges the community with Mexico Bureau Chief of the Dallas Morning News, Alfredo Corchado, a noted Mexican American journalist for nearly twenty years, of which nearly ten years he has covered the drug violence in Mexico.