Esmeralda Bermudez


Esmeralda Bermudez writes about the lives of Latinos for the Los Angeles Times. She’s written about the Eastside debate, senior ladies who party daily on the Dial-a-Ride, gangsters who double as firefighters and Latinos’ unflinching devotion to San Marcos blankets, Art Laboe and Virgen de Guadalupe shrines. Before joining The Times in 2008, Bermudez worked at the Oregonian in Portland, covering city government and immigration. She was born in El Salvador, raised in Whittier and graduated from the University of Southern California.

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