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Committee to Protect Journalists Nov 20
⚡️ “5 courageous women journalists awarded at CPJ's 28th annual
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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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DOG LOVER Nov 21
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Justin Shilad 15 Nov 17
Also, thinking of those who can not be with us tonight at : Ahmed Abba, imprisoned in . He has a court hearing tomorrow. Let’s make sure authorities there hear us.
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CPJ Europe and Central Asia May 3
Remembering investigative journalist and honoree , who was killed by a car bomb in Kiev, Ukraine, on July 20, 2016. Sheremet received threats before his death.
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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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Committee to Protect Journalists Apr 22
On , we highlight journalists attacked worldwide for covering environmental issues. In , awardee Mother Mushroom was detained in 2016 for exposing official land-grabbing and environmental degradation. She was released 2 years later.
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Committee to Protect Journalists Nov 26
“Tibet is still isolated and has become the biggest prison in the world. I would like to use this stage to urge everyone to demand China allow more access to Tibet and to report more the stories and situation of the Tibetan people.” 2012 honoree Dhondup Wangchen on Tuesday
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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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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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Committee to Protect Journalists Mar 13
Replying to @pressfreedom
“I dedicate this award to the brave journalists, and to the children and youths who are living a slow death. I have preferred to give a face and a name to the victims... instead of counting deaths and reducing them to numbers” Javier Valdez Cárdenas
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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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Committee to Protect Journalists Mar 13
Journalist Javier Valdez Cárdenas acceptance speech at the International Press Freedom Award () ceremony on November 22, 2011. Valdez was murdered outside Ríodoce, the newspaper he cofounded in , Mexico, on May 15, 2017.
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Committee to Protect Journalists Nov 27
“My dream and my struggle have always been to one day be one of 90 million free citizens of Vietnam, living lives with basic freedoms, with human rights respected and protected." 2018 honoree at CPJ’s awards ceremony in New York on November 20.
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Christine Smith 15 Nov 17
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Committee to Protect Journalists Mar 13
Replying to @pressfreedom
The by Mexican journalist Javier Valdez Cárdenas was published on May 15, 2017: the day of his murder. Valdez was a 2011 CPJ International Press Freedom Award () recipient.
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Sheila Coronel 19 Oct 17
CPJ's awardee (Yemeni & Swedish citizen) denied US visa in Stockholm.
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Dr. Courtney Radsch Feb 13
Just a few months ago I was traipsing around NY with the indefatigable and celebrating her award. Now she is in jail. From what I know about her & colleagues this will not intimidate or silence their critical journalism.
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Committee to Protect Journalists Nov 26
“The Cameroonian secret service chained me, tortured me, and sentenced me to 10 years imprisonment. But I was freed and I am still a journalist.” 2017 International Awardee at the ceremony Tuesday in New York.
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Hannah Edelen Apr 23
What a privilege and honor it was to serve the student body this year alongside • We are thankful to all those that helped us ignite passion and fuel action this year. Thank you for letting me serve you as your President.
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