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Christine Smith 15 Nov 17
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Minky Worden 15 Nov 17
Cameroon, Thailand, Mexico, Yemen: countries where journalists take great risks to tell the truth. CPJ honors brave reporters tonight+celebrates a profession under siege; learn more here:
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Kieran Baker Nov 21
a seat was left empty at our table during the CPJ awards event in memory of Jamal Khashoggi. One of the most important statistics from the dinner is that the percentage rise in the murder of journalists is up 50% scary
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Max Blumenthal Nov 21
An outlet funded by tech billionaire Pierre Omidyar announces an award for an employee of an outlet funded by Omidyar at the gala of an organization funded by Omidyar. exhibits the intersection of journalism, oligarchy, and soft American power.
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Gianluca Costantini Nov 18
Maria Ressa is the founder, CEO, and executive editor of , a Philippine news website created in 2012 that is renowned for its critical coverage of President Rodrigo Duterte's controversial policies and actions
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David Beard Nov 20
Replying to @kathleencarrll
"These journalists did nothing more than their jobs." And someone didn't like it, and thought they could get away with it. We must fight for the day when journalists can do their jobs ... Without. Getting. Killed. - at dinner.
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Filming for Tibet Nov 21
Last night, filmmaker Dhondup Wangchen personally received his 2012 Award from CPJ. In attendance also, his wife Lhamo Tso and son Tenzin Norbu. Thank you to CPJ for your support and your vital work! (Photos by Tenzin Norbu)
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Max Blumenthal Nov 21
Good thread on the Committee to Protect Journalists () journalism-industrial complex ignoring Julian Assange - the target of a US indictment for publishing gov't documents - at its glitzy ceremony
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CPJ Asia Nov 20
⚡️ “Veteran journalist to receive 's Gwen Ifill Award
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Sumit Galhotra Nov 20
When I first joined in 2012, Tibetan filmmaker Dhondup Wangchen was behind bars. I witnessed how my CPJ colleagues worked tirelessly for his release. Tonight he is walking free among a ballroom full of journalists in NYC. THIS is the power of CPJ.
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Dr. Courtney Radsch 15 Nov 17
Thank you Meryl Streep for honoring our awardees, sharing your personal experience with sexual assault, and inspiring everyone in the room
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Jason Stern 15 Nov 17
Ovation for families of Pavel Sheremet and Javier Valdez Cardenas at International Press Freedom Awards. Both previously won the award. And both were later murdered for their work
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Committee to Protect Journalists Nov 20
⚡️ “5 courageous women journalists awarded at CPJ's 28th annual
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J. Nov 21
I must have tagged over a dozen accounts in this thread yesterday. Not one of them has bothered to respond. They all know what's going down. Silence is complicity.
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Gianluca Costantini Nov 18
Freedom of Expression! is CPJ’s 2018 honoree. She has covered politics in for more than 25 years. In 2015, she and two journalists founded the independent news website to work on "journalism we believed in."
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Bella Magnani ⏳ Nov 20
Amazing! Looking at last night's International Press Freedom Awards, does an audit of 's directors & backers' support for & Julian over the years. VERY revealing .
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Sheila Coronel 19 Oct 17
CPJ's awardee (Yemeni & Swedish citizen) denied US visa in Stockholm.
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Maria Ressa Nov 20
Packed house at honoring journalists around the world who and hold power to acccount.
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Committee to Protect Journalists Nov 23
"The forces of press repression seem to be getting louder and more powerful by the minute. Bullies, despots, and murderers think they are winning. They believe they can shut us up forever because no one cares about journalists."
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DOG LOVER Nov 21
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