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Blind Television Journalist Advocates for People with Disabilities at the United Nations
The word NEWS is spelled out in Scrabble letters on a wooden table.Veronica Gonzalez Bonet is a television journalist in Argentina who has won awards for her work and her advocacy for people with disabilities. She recently spoke at the United Nations about her experiences as a person with a disability in such a public position.

Her career has been varied working behind the scenes before transitioning to the person in front of the camera.

She uses Braille and assistive technology to write and edit her pieces needing help only if visuals are required for her segment.

Learn more about Veronica and her experiences as a television journalist in this article

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Meet Argentine Journalist Veronica Gonzalez Bonet, the only visually impaired television journalist in the Americas

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