Blog Archives March, 2011

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Mar 29 2011 9:19 AM

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Inquirer Investigative Team Digs Deep on School Violence

A year-long investigation by the Philadelphia Inquirer reveals how the ineffectual response to spiraling violence in the city's schools has traumatized students and stifled learning. More »

Mar 21 2011 2:35 PM


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Four NYT Journalists Released by Libya; 13 Others Jailed or Missing

As UN-backed airstrikes intensify and fighting continues between Gaddafi loyalists and rebel forces, conditions for journalists on the ground remain precarious.   More »

Mar 21 2011 1:20 PM

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How Not to Write About Rape

Rwanda-based freelancer Jina Moore makes a compelling argument that writing about trauma demands a moral and ethical frame that is distinct from standard journalistic practice.  More »

Mar 12 2011 5:26 PM


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Al Jazeera Staffer Killed in Libya

Caught in an ambush by supporters of Muammar Gaddafi near the rebel-held city of Benghazi, an Al Jazeera cameraman has become the first journalist killed in the month-long uprising in Libya.  More »

Mar 10 2011 6:45 PM


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Dangers Grow for Correspondents Covering Libya Uprising

Three BBC correspondents were detained, beaten and tortured in Libya before being released. UPDATE: A Guardian correspondent remains in government custody and a Brazilian correspondent has been released.  More »

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