Moctesuma Esparza, the executive producer of the HBO movie "Walkout" is speaking about now on media coverage of Latino students during lunch. The movie, in case you missed it, is the true story of a Mexican-American student who led a 1968 protest of the unequal treatment of students in East Los Angeles schools, according to IMDb.
Esparza's appearance caps off a morning in which reporters could attend up to three sessions.
After lunch, there are a couple more sessions before tonight's banquet. EWA will recognize the winners of its national contest and reveal the winner of the 2006 Hechinger grand prize.