Reynaldo Leaños Jr.
Reynaldo Leanos Jr. covers immigration and the U.S.-Mexico border for Texas Public Radio.
Prior to joining Texas Public Radio, Reynaldo was a freelance journalist in the Rio Grande Valley of south Texas and in New York City. His work has appeared in Public Radio International’s The World and Global Nation, NBC News, NPR’s Latino USA, KUT’s Texas Standard and KUT.
He has an undergraduate degree from Texas State University, where he studied journalism and international studies. Leanos also has a master’s degree from the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY, where he specialized in international reporting.
- 'It's Infuriating': Critics Say Border Wall Still Going Up When They Can't Protest
- Asylum-Seekers Reaching U.S. Border Are Being Flown To Guatemala
- Mexican Official Tries To Move Asylum-Seekers Stuck In Tent Camps
- 12 Asylum-Seekers Julián Castro Escorted To The U.S. Border Sent Back To Mexico
- ACLU Calls On Homeland Security To Stop Turning Away Pregnant Asylum-Seekers
- Sidewalk School Aims To Give Migrant Kids A Sense Of Stability
- U.S. Border Patrol Finds 4 Bodies, Including 3 Children, Near Rio Grande In Texas
- Inside Texas' New Migrant Tent Facility
- Texas 'Dragtavist' Drag Queens Stage Border Wall Protest