July 16, 2021

The Real Meaning of “He’s No Angel” for Journalism

Alex Roman Jr. and his mother stayed up all night under a Texas sky to finish a piece of art forged to honor a deceased man […]
July 1, 2021

One year on, Hong Kong security law takes aim at journalism

One year after taking effect, China’s National Security Law for Hong Kong has confirmed analysts’ worst fears. Despite claims from Hong Kong officials that its impact […]
June 18, 2021

Journalism in Myanmar: “An Apocalypse for The Media”

When soldiers finally swarmed the offices of Mizzima Media in March, the building was empty. Its editors had already taken the computers, cameras, microphones and notes […]