Paul Meyer has worked as a government and general assignments reporter since 2003 for The Dallas Morning News. His stories have included an investigation into failures to protect human trafficking victims, coverage of the plight of Palestinian asylum seekers and reporting from New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Meyer earned his B.A. in philosophy from the University of Chicago in 2000, and prior to entering journalism, he lived and worked in Russia, Mongolia, China and Nepal.
Recent Posts by Paul Meyer
In rural Mexico , Yolanda Méndez Torres lived in a society where sexual violence against girls often goes unreported and unpunished. In America , she joined legions of undocumented abuse victims who have little hope of finding justice. This narrative series chronicles Yolanda's crossing between the two worlds. Originally published in The Dallas Morning News (Dallas, TX), in Dec., 2006.
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