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Jina Moore

Trip:
New Media Fellows 2013
Affiliation:
Freelance
Country:
Rwanda
Year:
2013
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Jina Moore is a freelance foreign correspondent who covers Africa for print, radio and the Web. Based in New York, Moore is a regular contributor to the Christian Science Monitor. Her work has also appeared in the Columbia Journalism Review, Foreign Policy, Boston Review, the Boston Globe, The Nation, Utne Reader, Glamour magazine and Harvard magazine, among others. Her work has been broadcast on PRI's “The World” and on “World Vision Report.” Her first human rights journalism, about American doctors who treat torture survivors and evaluate their claims for asylum, was anthologized in Best American Science Writing. Moore is also a nonfiction editor at Guernica magazine, editorial director of The Dart Society and editor of its online human rights magazine, Dart Society Reports. She was a 2009 Ochberg Fellow of the Dart Center on Journalism and Trauma. Moore’s work has taken her to 15 African countries, where she has reported on politics, culture, health, justice and development, especially in post-conflict settings. Her work has won numerous awards, including the Elizabeth Neuffer Memorial Prize Gold Medal, the Sidney Award from the Hillman Foundation, and multiple awards from the American Society of Journalists and Authors; and has been supported by a Fulbright Fellowship, four Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting fellowships, and the New York University Reporting Award.

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