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Lupita Juarez Pita J

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Pita serves as lead host and producer of the monthly radio series and podcast Mira Listen. Prior to launching Mira Listen, she served as a co-host and producer for The Venus Vault radio show.

Pita is a multimedia journalist based in Phoenix who has a deep understanding of the complicated issues on which she reports. Equally curious and passionate, Pita digs through many layers to get to the heart of each story. As a journalist, Pita is inspired by social issues with a focus on underserved populations and the Latino community. Since graduating from Arizona State University she has worked in multiple settings, from mainstream television news to grassroots community radio stations. 

A contributing writer for both Spanish and English publications, Pita is currently producing an episodic web series about DREAMers and co-producing her first documentary about the healthcare system within the undocumented community in Phoenix. Pita's primary goal is to produce stories that will engage diverse audiences in open dialogue that will effect change on important issues. As director of communications of One Arizona, a coalition that represents twelve advocacy Arizona organizations, she supports the issues that matter to the immigrant community in Arizona, acting as an advocate for her community.


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