Frank Green

A reporter for the Richmond Times-Dispatch in Virginia. Green's coverage of the criminal justice system and prison issues includes exploration of the role of race in capital punishment. Green was the 1997 winner of the Thurgood Marshall Journalism Award for his coverage of the death penalty.

Recent Posts by Frank Green

  • You Can't Give Up: Helping Thousands of Zambia's Orphans

    They're usually barefoot, their clothes don't fit and they need a good scrubbing. Some suffer from AIDS, tuberculosis, herpes, malaria, neglect and abuse. Many hunger for food, others for attention. To Elizabeth Chisembele, the AIDS orphans of Kitwe, Zambia, are worth all the effort and love she is capable of giving.

  • ‘I Cried Inside’: Reporting on AIDS in Zambia

    In August 2003, Dart Fellows Frank Green and Joseph Rodriguez traveled to Zambia to chronicle the AIDS crisis. The trip, funded by the Dart Center, resulted in a remarkable three-part series published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch on Aug. 31, Sept. 1 and Sept. 2. Below is an email interview with Rodriguez and Green about the experience.

  • AIDS in Zambia

    The life expectancy in Zambia plunged from 49.7 years in 1970-75 to 32.4 years in 2000-05, according to the Human Development Report for Zambia by the United Nations Development Programme.

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