Dianne Solís


Dianne, a senior writer at the Dallas Morning News, teaches database reporting at IJJ training programs. Her stories have taken her to post-Katrina New Orleans, inside families fractured by addiction to starter heroin, immigration courts for children, and a mosque where the Ramadan fast was broken with a FBI agent. She has also covered immigration for the Wall Street Journal from Houston and Mexico City and written for public radio and television. A Nieman Fellow at Harvard University, she was raised in the San Joaquin Valley of California, where all her grandparents settled after fleeing the violence of the Mexican Revolution.

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