Tags: "journalism"

17 May
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Pakistani reporter shines light on injustice

VEENGAS YASMEEN Karachi, Pakistan | Sub-editor/writer, Daily Ibrat Host: Reynolds Journalism Institute By Yuliana Romanyshyn | When she was a child in a small city in central Pakistan, Veengas Yasmin’s mother gave her a gift that changed the course of ...

03 May
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The spicy dilemma

By Smitha Rajan |  When I was leaving for the United States, a colleague advised me not to take my salwar kurta (a traditional Indian attire). You already look Indian, you don’t have to attract any more attention by wearing ...

26 Apr
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Islam, Driesman bring ‘kindred spirits’ together to mark fellowship launch

Three-dozen people gathered at the northern Virginia home of Susan Talalay and Alberto Mora to celebrate the launch of the Frank Islam and Debbie Driesman Fellowship, including nine journalists from India who represented influential outlets such as The Hindu, Hindustan ...

21 Jun
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Veteran editors join Advisory Board

Teri Hayt, executive editor for American Society of News Editors, and Greg Victor, an editor at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, have joined the Alfred Friendly Press Partners Advisory Board. During 35 years in the publishing industry, Hayt has held staff management ...

13 May
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Q&A: Pulitzer-winning team member, Pearl Fellow Aoun Sahi

Aoun Sahi, a Daniel Pearl Fellow in 2010, became a regular contributor to the Los Angeles Times after he returned to Pakistan, writing stories about terrorism, politics and other big news in his native country. Then one day in early December, ...

06 Jan
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Reporter draws from fellowship to cover Mideast conflicts

By Elise Schmelzer Even after hustling out of Syria in the middle of the night under the threat of death, Alia Ibrahim continues to report from flashpoints in the Middle East and Europe. She can’t imagine doing anything else. Ibrahim, ...

10 Aug
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Adieu, wise mentor

By David Herbling “Quotes are like spices,” Julie Tatge told me as she gesticulated like a chef sprinkling a season on food. As she edited my story, Julie took time to advise me on how quotes should be carefully selected ...

22 Jun
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Saw Yan Naing awarded for work in Myanmar

Saw Yan Naing, a journalist from Myanmar participating in a six-month fellowship program in the United States, won an award for his contribution to journalism in his native country. PowerMentor, a non-profit corporation based in San Diego that helps young ...

10 May
0

Journalism from a periscope

By Tarun Shukla In times when legacy newsroom firings are common, a new survey rating newspaper reporter as the worst job in the United States shouldn’t have surprised me. Yet it did. Like many, I didn’t join the profession thinking ...

01 May
0

This and That in Miami: Settling in, shadowing and encountering an Amin victim

The car-driving debacle is obviously behind us now. Moving on, life cannot get nicer or more interesting. However, so you know, I had gotten used to driving without GPS. By the time the car was taken away, I had gotten ...

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