At the University of Arizona in Tucson, a three-day closed workshop for journalism educators about effective coverage of U.S.-Mexico border issues.
The Dart Center Teaching Border Reporting workshop, held from April 29 through May 1, will include panel discussions and workshops on coverage of U.S.-Mexico border issues and the current state of reporting in various parts of the border.
Panel topics to be discussed include: the dangers and risks involving covering the border, under-reported aspects of the border region, and how to keep safe and avoid emotional harm while covering border news. Workshops will cover student reporting projects and possible collaborative tools.
This closed weekend-long workshop is only for confirmed attendees.
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