What I Learned in America
AMERICA, THE LAND OF OPPORTUNITY EVEN FOR A BLIND JOURNALIST FROM IRAN
Throughout the world, millions of people believe if you
are blind that this prevents you from traveling too far
from home. Others, of course, may have these same
beliefs but have just kept them to themselves. Thus
begins Jalil Mortazavi's engaging and baffling
experience as he tries to overcome such odd thinking. In
his book, he tries to cover much of what he has learned
in the hope that it will inspire, delight, and amuse his audience.
Mortazavi is an Iranian-American journalist who lives in Brookline, Massachusetts. He works for the Persian-American Media Watch. He has also been associated with Persian Voice of Boston, 24-Hour Persian Radio based in California, and 24-Hour Persian TV [NI TV]. He has appeared on Imus in the Morning, and he has done some news commentary on National Public Radio's All Things Considered and on Talk of the Nation.
In addition, Jalil enjoyed being a guest on a number of different television and radio talk shows WCV TV, American Radio Network in Baltimore, and radio stations WBZ, WHDH, WRKO, WROR, and WTTP.
Mortazavi has also written for such publications as The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, and The Brockton Enterprise.
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- Jalil Mortazavi
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Biographies and Memoirs
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- Mickey Prahin
- Proofread By:
- Natasha B.
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