Getty Images photographer John Moore recently appeared on PBS NewsHour to discuss what he has documented in Monrovia, Libera in the midst of the Ebola outbreak. Moore witnessed a weekend attack on a quarantine center and noted that the crowd took soiled mattresses and contaminated medical equipment from the center, …
Following the recent experiences of journalists in Gaza, the Poynter Institute republished its five tips for journalists who cover trauma. The list was originally published during Poynter’s 2009 webinar “Trauma Awareness: What Every Journalist Needs to Know,” which featured Heather Forbes from the Australian Broadcasting Association and was co-sponsored by …
A round-up of articles recently recommended by Ochberg Society members on Twitter and Facebook: Moni Basu’s profile of “Dead Man Walking’ nun Sister Helen Prejean. Fleeing ISIS. The struggle of Nepali women whose husbands work abroad. War against whites? Fifth graders in Chicago are speaking out. Tell your story, save …
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- RT @brianstelter: "War is fought by human beings" was the subtitle of James Foley's blog -- and what he sought to show through his work http://t.co/QOW8KJJ5BU, Aug 20
- RT @AlHannaford: Tragic news about the death of photojournalist @wseberger. Incredible border reporter I was privileged to know. http://t.co/lhDwVOQuiA, Aug 19