Regina H. Boone has been a staff photographer at the Detroit Free Press since 2003.
The Virginia native has covered breaking news, features, and national news, including covering Rosa Parks’ death, and helped chronicle Barack Obama’s journey to the White House. She was a part of the Free Press coverage of the historic 2008 Presidential Inauguration. She has also worked on special projects, including the national Emmy-winning “Boys of Christ Child House.” Regina has also received awards from the Michigan and Virginia Press Photographers Associations. She has been a Knight Fellow, and she traveled to Senegal in 2007 as a National Association of Black Journalists Fellow. She received an undergraduate degree in political science from Spelman College and worked on her master’s degree at Ohio University's School of Visual Communication. Prior to joining the staff at the Detroit Free Press, Boone worked at the Richmond Free Press in Virginia.
Recent Posts by Regina H. Boone
- April 15, 2010 by Jeff Seidel, Regina H. Boone, Rick Nease, David Zeman, Kathy Kieliszewski, Susan Hall-Balduf, Steve Anderson, Jason Karas
This five-part series tells the story of female inmates of Michigan prisons as they endured years of sexual assault at the hands of guards. Originally published in January 2009 by the Detroit Free Press, received an honorable mention for the 2010 Dart Award for Excellence in the Coverage of Trauma.
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