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Shereen Meraji

Fellows Spring 2007
National Public Radio, Los Angeles

Shereen Meraji works for National Public Radio in Los Angeles as a producer and director for the program "Day to Day." She's worked in radio for almost a decade. She got her start in radio journalism filing and cataloging audio tapes for a media non-profit in Oakland. From there she taught herself how to edit audio digitally and began conducting her own interviews. She's filed stories from the Arizona/Mexico border on the spike in migrant deaths in the Sonora desert and reported from the UN's World Conference Against Racism in South Africa. She also enjoys producing cultural stories. At the same time that Meraji began her career in journalism, she became active in the Afro-Brazilian martial art, capoeira.


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