September 20, 2012 to October 18, 2012Where we normally see only the extreme, Everyday Africa is a project focused on the mundane. Join us at the VII Gallery from September 20 - October 18.
Greg Constantine photographs on Burma's Rohingya
featured by Refugees International and Open Society Foundations
How can journalists, writers, and public interest groups best shed light on issues facing women and children around the world while remaining sensitive to individual needs and concerns?
Pulitzer Center grantee Habiba Nosheen visits Ohio University to talk about the phenomena of rape and honor killings in Pakistan.
Pulitzer Center grantee Andre Lambertson to speak about his experience reporting from Haiti at the University of Virginia.
Join the Pulitzer Center for a film screening and discussion on the impact of natural resource extraction on the environment, indigenous populations, public health and corporate responsibility.
March 9, 2012 to June 3, 2012
Marcus Bleasdale's photographs will be featured in the exhibit, Stolen Children: Soldiers of the Lord's
Pulitzer Center grantee William Wheeler discusses at Washington University in St. Louis the plight of African guest workers in Libya after the fall of Qaddafi.
Pulitzer Center photojournalist David Rochkind will share his thoughts on the TB epidemic at a panel discussion "Why Global Health Matters," a part of the Global Health in Focus exhibition.
March 10, 2012 to March 24, 2012
David Rochkind's photographs of the TB epidemic in Moldova, India and South Africa will be displayed at Global Health in Focus, an exhibition co-sponsored by Pulitzer Center and Boston University.
Pulitzer Center grantee Dominic Bracco will speak to high school students from U.S. and Mexico about the struggle of youth in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, at WorldLink's 15th Annual Youth Town Meeting.
Pulitzer Center's Mark Schulte will speak to high school students from U.S. and Mexico about the link between journalism and human rights at WorldLink's 15th Annual Youth Town Meeting.
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JOSEPH PULITZER III (1913-1993)