These unique fellowships, the press release states, are aimed at encouraging and promoting top-quality journalism on criminal justice. The Fellows were selected from a wide pool of applicants based on editors’ recommendations, and on investigative reporting projects underway or in the planning stage.
The symposium, administered by the Center on Media, Crime and Justice art John Jay College, is the only national gathering that brings together journalists, legislators, policymakers, scholars and practitioners for candid on-the-record discussions on emerging issues of United States.
Kia’s related story, which involves police brutality, will also be published in the spring.
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