Journalism opened the world for Grethel Delgado Alvarez, who left Cuba in 2015 on a cultural visa to come to the United States.
Houston-based journalist Ruth Nasrullah has faced hate for her work.
A Memphis journalist, Manuel Duran, who publishes the Spanish-language online news outlet Noticias Memphis, was arrested over 15 months ago by U.S. Immigration Custom Enforcement (ICE) officials is having his asylum claim reopened by the Board of Immigration Appeals soon.
Challenging government entities can get expensive but funds exist to help newsrooms and journalists with legal obstacles.
Journalism awards programs can have good and evil sides to them, organizers said.
The biggest story Scott Travis ever covered was one he never wanted to have to do.
“This is the story of a murder at the center of the Civil Rights Movement and the lies that kept it from being solved.”
Journalism news of the South May 31-June 7, 2019
SPJ members deserve more from the leadership of their organization.
Carol Brzozowski began her career as a news reporter in 1983 at the South Florida Sun-Sentinel in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, then turned to freelance work in 1991.