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Antoinette Grajeda

Antoinette Grajeda / Arkansas Advocate

Senior Reporter

Antoinette Grajeda is a multimedia journalist who has reported since 2007 on a wide range of topics, including politics, health, education, immigration and the arts for NPR affiliates, print publications and digital platforms. A University of Arkansas alumna, she earned a bachelor’s degree in print journalism and a master’s degree in documentary film.

Grajeda is a reporter for Arkansas Advocate, a nonprofit news organization that intends to show how state government affects the lives of everyday Arkansans so they can make informed decisions about themselves, their families and their communities. It strives to amplify the voices of all Arkansans. We focus especially on the relationship between people, power and policy.

As an independent, nonpartisan news organization, Arkansas Advocate will keep an eye on the levers of power and those who manipulate them, and hold public officials accountable regardless of party or ideology.

We believe news is a vital community service and ethical journalism a cornerstone of democracy, making us key players in fulfilling Arkansas’ state motto, Regnat Populus: “the people rule.”

We welcome other news organizations to republish our work, asking only that they credit us. You can read us for free. We are supported by the generosity of those who believe an informed citizenry strengthens society and who value independent journalism.

Arkansas Advocate is part of States Newsroom, a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit supported by grants and a coalition of donors and readers. The Advocate retains full editorial independence.