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Trauma Journalism

Those journalists who have lost their lives in pursuit of a story, a photograph or video footage illustrate that change is often born of tragedy. As with the civil rights movement in the U.S. and social justice efforts globally, sacrifice precedes progress. Such was the case at the turn of the millennium when major news organizations adopted reforms and implemented new safety measures just months after the May 24, 2000, killings of two heralded trauma journalists: Kurt Schork and Miguel Gil Moreno in Sierra Leone.
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