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Come discover the challenges and rewards of reporting, featuring two Pulitzer Center-supported journalists: National Geographic Fellow Paul Salopek and journalist Cynthia Gorney.
Join us for two documentaries focusing on the Caribbean — Micah Fink's documentary which details homophobia in Jamaica and Steve Sapienza's short film about statelessness.
Can the Women of Congo Dare to Dream of Peace and Justice? Filmmaker Fiona Lloyd-Davies on her film "Seeds of Hope" and the responsibility to protect doctrine.
November 13, 2013 to November 14, 2013
Social media and visual journalism focus of visit along with highlights from student international reporting projects.
Micah Fink's award-winning documentary co-presented by the Human Rights Campaign as part of week-long film festival.
Join the BU Program on Crisis Response and Reporting to learn more about global health reporting opportunities with the Pulitzer Center for Communications and School of Public Health students.
Join us at this month's talks @ pulitzer for a triple dose of talented photojournalists speaking on border-related issues: Pulitzer Center grantees Tomas van Houtryve, Louie Palu and Greg Constantine...
A Pulitzer Center grantee photographer, two staff members and a local broadcast producer will appear on a panel at McKinley Technology High School to speak on the importance of mass media education.
What are the ideological and logistical struggles surrounding GMOs, biotechnology, and agribusinesses in Africa? Award-winning journalist tackles these pressing questions.
"The Road to War: Presidential Commitments Honored and Betrayed" among those featured at 36th annual event.
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JOSEPH PULITZER III (1913-1993)
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