Episode 78 | Malín Falú, Journalist, Radio Personality, Puerto Rican Media Pioneer
Pride of ancestry comes in the form of poise. Such is Malín Falú. Incredibly poised. A Puerto Rican lady from the town of Santurce who apparently, according to her, came to this world with a bent for conversing with people. She explains that when she was a young adolescent she was asked what she liked to do and her response was, “I like talking to people.” And, she made a career out of it.
Malin has been a fixture of Spanish language radio in New York City for over 40 years. She has interviewed countless Latin American figures in the fields of arts and entertainment, politics, human interest, sports, and much more. Her style sealed her reputation as a woman of word and substance years ago. She is beloved and respected by the industry and the community because she is one of those hearts, at the center of community and legacy.
Malin is one of the organizers of the SILENT PROCESSION taking place next Sunday, November 19th. Meeting time is 10:00 a.m. at White Park on East 106th Street and the procession begins at 10:30 a.m. and heads to Trump Plaza on 57th.