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Webinar: Reporting with Respect: Covering Poor and Marginalized Communities
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The COVID-19 pandemic has shined an extraordinary light on the social inequities at home and around the world. Stories from the most marginalized populations are needed now more than ever. But where do you start? How do you earn people’s trust? What are pitfalls to avoid? And what role should dignity play in the process? Register before 12:00 ET on Thursday, August 13.

When: 08/13/2020
2:00 ET
Presenter: Communicators from the international nonprofit Unbound
Contact: Carol Arnold

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Reporting with Respect: Covering poor and marginalized communities offers an inside look to how international reporters and other communicators approach their reporting to try to honor the dignity of families experiencing extreme poverty.
Topics include: Building rapport, trauma-informed interviewing, cross-cultural communication, and respectful photography.

Presenters: Communicators from the international nonprofit Unbound

  • Henry Flores, Regional Reporters Director
    • Originally from El Salvador and now living in Medellin, Colombia, Henry leads a team of 6 journalists producing stories from communities around the world. With two decades of experience at Unbound, Henry has traveled extensively, meeting and interviewing hundreds of families in more than 15 countries. A gifted photojournalist, Henry’s work has won numerous CPA awards.
  • Loretta Kline, Managing Editor
    • As the managing editor of Living Unbound, Loretta leads teams that publish stories about the leadership, innovation, and lived experience of families experiencing extreme poverty. She just celebrated 20 years with Unbound, and worked as a diocesan journalist prior to joining the international organization. As a writer and editor, Loretta’s work has also won multiple CPA awards.
  • Andrew Kling, Community Outreach and Media Relations Director
    • Andrew has worked throughout the United States on issues of justice and dignity for marginalized communities, with more than 15 years of experience in civic engagement and helping people share their story to drive change. Prior to joining Unbound in 2016, he worked extensively with the faith community on violence prevention, health care access, payday lending reform, immigration reform and racial equity.
  • Diamond Dixon, Community Outreach and Media Relations Specialist
    • With a background in public health and a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri – Columbia, Diamond brings a sharp eye for story and a fierce commitment to the dignity of people facing tough challenges. She has traveled to three continents learning from and supporting the work of Unbound families and reporters.

Unbound was founded by lay Catholics to walk with the poor and marginalized of the world. The nonprofit organization supports children, families, and elders in their efforts to overcome extreme poverty in Latin America, Asia and Africa. Joined by 250,000 sponsors across all 50 U.S. states and beyond, there are more than 1 million members of the Unbound community around the world.

This webinar will use the Zoom platform, registrations are required:

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