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Trauma Journalism

Molly Bingham has covered conflict, violence and tragedy across Africa, Afghanistan, Iraq and the Middle East for nearly two decades. She joined a “rarified group of people” who risk their lives to tell dangerous stories. In the process, she has been detained, imprisoned and threatened (“shot at is more accurate”) by both enemy and “friendly” armed forces. She says a journalist’s resilience in covering difficult stories is a combination of the person’s physical and emotional states as well as professional craft attitudes.
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