Writer, Fulbright Scholar, and former Ochberg Society board President Jeff Kelly Lowenstein, along with his brother, photographer and Ochberg Society member Jon Lowenstein, are documenting how Chileans are confronting their past in this historic period of Chile’s 2013 Presidential election, through a grant from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.
New York University hosts “Women Reporting War: From Vietnam to Syria” at the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute on November 8.
Named in memory of Providence Journal editor Mimi Burkhardt, The Mimi Award recognizes editors who demonstrate the highest attention to ethics and compassion in telling the stories of victims. An editor at Latino USA, Hartman is the seventh recipient of the award.
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- Read as @JonLowenstein and @JeffKLO document #Chile 40 years after the Pinochet coup via @Pulitzercenter: http://t.co/Al9Vn4KyiN, 2013/12/06
- RT @Debora_Patta: #Mandela our beloved Tata died earlier this evening - may he rest in peace. Madiba reporting your story was an honour and a privilege, 2013/12/05
- RT @Wolf308: I chose not to,dn't think it makes u a monster-Is it moral to listen to the Newtown 911 Tapes?R we monsters if we do? http://t.co/yA08hNylcl, 2013/12/05