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In my new gig as a blogger for the International Observatory of Human Rights, I talk about the ways journalists, human rights workers, and humanitarians are turning to animation to present graphic subjects.  Here’s a preview: When telling stories of violence for mass audiences, we cannot always rely on text or audio to make an […]
Children’s media prepares kids and adults for emergencies and big changes. Last week I posted about being a Hurricane Andrew kid and some professional tips for caring for kids during a natural disaster. Unfortunately, Harvey wasn’t the last we’d hear of hurricanes in the news cycle. Hurricane Irma, the Atlantic’s most powerful hurricane yet, is […]


On March 5, 2007

In the midst of a defense of the “Wanker of the Day” feature, Ezra makes such a nice summary of the problem: The feature actually has a substantive point. Among other things, the lefty blo

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