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#INeedPressFreedom and so do you

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“I may disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it,”  Patrick Henry. Growing up in the United States I never questioned my right or… Continue reading

What will I leave behind?

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For me the two most important qualities a journalist should posses are unwavering integrity and rapacious curiosity. The daughter of a single mother I have spent my entire life watching the epitome of… Continue reading

Líneas Erradas

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By: Olivia Richard   El mundo que veo está formado por líneas erradas.   Una serie de venas y capilares que bulliciosamente corren debajo de la tierra – una sola fractura que crea… Continue reading

Faultlines

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A poem by: Olivia Richard The world I see is made up of fault lines.   A series of veins and capillaries that boisterously run beneath the earth – a single fracture creating a… Continue reading

Passports & Paper Plates

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There is a Chinese proverb that says, ‘A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step’, for a group of four four newly bonded international journalist and destined friends, brought together… Continue reading

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