|English | Español||March 24, 2017 | Issue #67|
How the School of Authentic Journalism Entered my Life
I Encourage You to Make a Donation to the Fund for Authentic Journalism
By Alice Driver
I moved to Mexico City in 2011 after finishing my Ph.D. in Hispanic Studies at the University of Kentucky because I wanted to remember what I loved about writing and storytelling. I wanted to transition from writing about human rights academically to actually working in human rights. I wanted to find some meaning outside of academic writing (which, it appeared, nobody read), and to write in a way that would reflect on-the-ground research, experiences, and interviews.
This is where the Narco News School for Authentic Journalism entered my life, because it represents the kind of practical, hands-on style of writing, video making, and journalism that I want to learn. As I seek to discover the connection between activism and writing, between social movements and the stories they tell, the Narco News School for Authentic Journalism will play a central role in my understanding of these issues.
I encourage you to make a donation to the Fund for Authentic Journalism so that it can continue to support journalists and activists, so that we can continue to be immersed in the voices and lives of others in a meaningful way.
You can make a donation right now, online, by clicking this link:
Or you can send a check to:
The Fund for Authentic Journalism
PO Box 1446
Easthampton, MA 01027 USA
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