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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
Capitol Hill tour guide
Newsy/Mai Nolasco CarranzaU.S.

Dream Jobs: Capitol Tour Guide

NewsyPolitics

Sen. Rand Paul Says Those Embracing Socialism Have Forgotten History

Cuban migrants attend an asylum workshop in Matamoros, Mexico.
Mai Nolasco-CarranzaPolitics

Why Thousands Of Cuban Asylum Seekers Are Stuck In Mexico

Former Ohio Governor John Kasich talks to Newsy
Mai Nolasco-Carranza/Newsy StaffPolitics

John Kasich Wants To Heal U.S. Political Divisions

Former Nasdaq CEO Bob Greifeld talks to Newsy
Mai Nolasco-Carranza/Newsy StaffPolitics

Former Nasdaq CEO Challenges Call For More Wall Street Reform

Chance Seales and bull rider Sean Willingham
Newsy / Mai Nolasco-Carranza / Matt AnzurU.S.

Dream Jobs: Bull Rider

Getty ImagesPolitics

Why The Constitution Leaves Legal Gray Area On Impeachment

Oxycodone medication
Getty ImagesBusiness

Private Equity Investment Is Soaring In Addiction Treatment Centers

Khalid al-Baidhani is a former translator for the U.S. Army
Megan Smith / NewsyPolitics

U.S. Visas For Iraqi Translators, Their Families Dropped 98% Last Year

Migrant women in Matamoros, Mexico
Mai Nolasco-CarranzaPolitics

Asylum Officers: Pregnant Migrants Kept In Mexico To Prevent US Births

 Politics

Trans Rights, Justice Will Be Key Topics During Historic Town Hall

A migrant father and his son in Matamoros, Mexico
Mai Nolasco-Carranza / NewsyPolitics

The US Is Making Migrants Wait In Dangerous Mexican Towns Without Aid

President Donald Trump
Getty ImagesU.S.

President Trump Says House Investigation Is A 'Hoax'

Joseph Maguire testifies before a House committee
NewsyU.S.

Maguire Tells Congress Whistleblower Matter Is 'Totally Unprecedented'

Migrants in Mexico receive legal aid from U.S. lawyers
Mai Nolasco-Carranza / NewsyPolitics

For Migrants Waiting In Mexico, Access To U.S. Lawyers Is A Rare Boon

Protesters march around D.C.
NewsySci/Health

Small Turnout At D.C. Climate Protest As U.N. Climate Summit Continues

2019 Climate Strike protester in front of the White House
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Global Protesters Demand Leaders Take Action On Climate Change

Jonte Lee talking
Newsy/Matt AnzurU.S.

Dream Jobs: STEM Teacher

Central American migrants
Mai Nolasco-CarranzaPolitics

Migrants Remain In Mexico With Even Slimmer Chance Of Getting To U.S.

LHTC Broadband office
Newsy Staff / Mai Nolasco-CarranzaPolitics

This Pa. Town Is An Unlikely Front In The U.S.-China Trade War

 Politics

Young Black Democrats Say They Want A 'Political Revolution'

Andrew Yang speaks to media ahead of the first Democratic debate.
 Politics

This Candidate Is Dominating $1 Donations

Newsy's Alex Miller with Rep. Will Hurd
NewsyPolitics

Retiring Lawmaker: GOP Must Take 'Inclusive Message' Nationwide

Syrian refugee holds an American flag
Getty ImagePolitics

A Fraction Of Global Refugees Resettle In The U.S. Who Are They?

 Politics

Asian American Voters Say They're Ready To Have An Impact In 2020

A poster at LGBTQ advocacy group, Smyal.
NewsyU.S.

Former Gay Conversion Therapist: 'Conversion Therapy Is Harmful'

Getty ImagesPolitics

DEA Says It Will Expand Access To Marijuana for Research

 Politics

Voters In Key Pa. County Discuss The 2020 Election and President Trump

Woman visits memorial site at El Paso Walmart
Getty ImagesU.S.

Walmart Removes 'Violent' Merchandise From Its Website

Virginians gather to remember the two-year anniversary of the riots in Charlottesville.
Mai Nolasco-Carranza/NewsyPolitics

Virginia Community Remembers Charlottesville Two Years After Riots