UNITY Journalists joins the National Association of Hispanic Journalists in calling for the Commission on Presidential Debates to add a journalist of color to its moderators for the presidential debates.
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Born in East Los Angeles, Mr. Ramos was part of the pioneering generation of journalists of color who in the early 1970s broke the unspoken “apartheid” that existed in the media. A graduate of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 1969, George served two years in the army, was wounded in Vietnam and awarded a Purple Heart. His journalistic career started in the early 70s and took him from Copley News Service to the San Diego Union to the Los Angeles Times, which he joined in 1978.