Heather Barmore

Sabrina Vourvoulias

Sabrina Vourvoulias is the managing editor of Al Día News in Philadelphia. She was the editor of Al Día’s book, 200 Years of Latino History in Philadelphia (Temple University Press, 2012) and is the moderator of the organization’s “Media and the City” panel series on representations of race, ethnicity, gender and identity in news media.

Keystone Press Award
2015 – Editorial – Division V – Second Place
• We call bulls*** on the SRC • When a young Latino dies in our city, there is only silence • Clickbait xenophobia

Keystone Press Award
2015 – Ongoing News Coverage – Division V – Second Place
• ‘Who comes to a peace concert with a gun?’ Alex Guevara’s sister speaks to AL DÍA • Eyewitness to Alex Guevara’s shooting at peace concert speaks to AL DÍA • Police release photo of suspect in Alex Guevara shooting death • When a young Latino dies in our city, there is only silence

José Martí Awards, National Association of Hispanic Publications
2014 – Outstanding Editorial Column (in English)
Gold award.

She is the author of Ink (Crossed Genres, 2012), a novel that draws on her memories of Guatemala’s armed internal conflict, and of the Latin@ experience in the United States. It was named to Latinidad’s Best Books of 2012.