Camille Baker is the Dart Center's Online Editor. They are also a freelance journalist, researcher and fact checker. They've covered migration, surveillance technology, arms exports, trans rights and more for The Washington Post, The Intercept, Democracy Now!, New York Magazine, Al Jazeera English, Quartz, The Indypendent, In These Times, CityLab and other news organizations. They're a graduate of the Columbia Journalism School and McGill University, and have taught reporting, writing and economics journalism at the School of the New York Times. You can follow them on Twitter at @camillembaker.
Recent Posts by Camille Baker
- September 20, 2021 by Camille Baker
Online editor Camille Baker spoke with Britt Wray, PhD about climate change, the mental health crisis it is predicted to induce and how climate reporters can cope with the difficulties of the beat. Wray is an author, broadcaster and researcher. She is also a Human and Planetary Health Fellow at Stanford University and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, where she investigates the mental health impacts of the climate crisis and their disproportionate burden on young people.
How Can Indigenous Reporters Care for Themselves While Covering Trauma — and How Can Their Newsrooms Help?July 14, 2021 by Camille Baker
In the last months, the remains of over a thousand people, including at least hundreds of Indigenous children, have been discovered on the properties of former residential schools in British Columbia and Saskatchewan. These discoveries have brought to the fore — for now — a subject that has long remained at the margins of mainstream media coverage in the United States: the genocide of millions of Indigenous people by colonizers.
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