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Narco News: Announcing 20 Scholarships for the November 9-12 School of Authentic Journalism in Mexico


Narco News: Announcing 20 Scholarships for the November 9-12 School of Authentic Journalism in Mexico: The program is an intensive four day training session that will share skills and techniques for writing, reporting, photography and video and how to promote information via the Internet and other paths, as well as training on nonviolent civil resistance and the design of social movements that are organized with the goal of winning their battles.

It’s been eleven years since I attended Narco News’ School of Authentic Journalism as a scholar, in 2004 in Bolivia. What I learned there improved my filmmaking, changed the direction of my work, and also my life for the better.

So when the School’s founder and president Al Giordano asked me to write this announcement, all I could think of was how many of you are out there who can now win the same opportunity.

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