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human journalist

Jim Willis

human journalist

reporters, perspectives, and emotions

by Jim Willis

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Published by Praeger in Westport, CT .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJim Willis ; afterword by Col. Ann Norwood, Mary Walsh, and Penny Owen.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPN
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 159 p. ;
Number of Pages159
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22560758M
ISBN 100275973077

  M y name is Rafael Marques de Morais. I am an Angolan investigative journalist, and this week I may be jailed for a book I wrote in exposing human rights abuses in Author: Rafael Marques de Morais. Adrian Sturrock is a writer, occasional musician, teacher, and ethnic minority (except when in Wales), specialising mostly in observation and unconsidered opinion. He currently lives in Buckinghamshire, UK, with wife Natalie: his travel companion, best friend and the person responsible for keeping him out of trouble on social media.

Book Seized in Chile, Journalist Fled to Avoid Arrest of all copies of The Black Book of Chilean Justice by journalist Alejandra Matus. which championed human rights during the last years.   Luckily, her career as a journalist has left her armed with contacts, investigative skills, and an intimate knowledge of the city—everything she needs to make a difference. The Field of Blood, by Denise Mina. They were still traveling, into the dark. That’s the .

Amanda Ripley is an investigative journalist for Time, The Atlantic and other magazines. She is the author, most recently, of The Smartest Kids in the World-and How They Got That Way. Her first book, The Unthinkable: Who Survives When Disaster Strikes-and Why, was published in 15 countries and turne.   Win Tin, Burmese journalist and human rights activist (born Ma /30?, Pegu, Burma [now Bego, Myanmar]—died Ap , Yangon [Rangoon], Myanmar), endured 19 years (–) of imprisonment, brutal living conditions, and torture under Myanmar’s military studying history, English literature, and political science at the University of .


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