Date and Time:Thursday, March 23, 4:30 - 6 p.m.
In this collaborative workshop, you’ll explore how to find, report and write about people undergoing or surviving trauma. Pulitzer Center grantee Terry Greene Sterling will take you through the steps and help you figure out how to ethically and accurately humanize your journalism.
Terry Greene Sterling is an independent journalist and editor-at-large for the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting. A three-time Virg Hill Arizona Journalist of the Year, she is the coauthor of “Driving While Brown,” one of NPR’s Best Books of the Year for 2021, and a finalist for the Investigative Reporters and Editors book award. In 2022, she received a Pulitzer Center grant to embed with women searching for their lost loved ones amid the disappearance crisis in Mexico. Her story on their neglected mental health needs appeared in Slate, Letras Libres, and palabra., a platform of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.
This workshop is open to all Cronkite students. Check with your Cronkite instructors about earning extra credit for your participation. No RSVP is required.