Powerful Journalism From Morocco

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The leather tanneries in Fez are a stop on nearly every tourist’s itinerary.  Photographer Julian Harris and reporting partners Amulya Shankar and Oumayma Sbila wondered about the effect on workers.  Here’s their exclusive story, a look at what could be considered a “toxic effect of tourism.” Broadcast on National Public Radio programs nationwide.

(Click photo above for the story).For HIV positive Moroccans, life is grim.  That’s what reporting partners Mark Minton and Salma Idrais found out.  Their exclusive story, published via Global Health Hub (one of the most reliable sources for journalism about global health and medicine), starts with 21 year old Samir, an HIV positive gay Moroccan who is living in fear.
(Click photo above for the story.)For more of our reporting from Morocco,
check out our online magazine, Reporting Morocco.
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This semester’s student journalists are already in the field in Morocco.

  We’re training them to the highest ethical and professional standards & they’ve found some stories you won’t want to miss.
Coming soon!
(Photo: Photographer Emma Hohenstein and reporter Sarah Ford)

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