NAHJ Panel: Ethics and Laws in Border Reporting: Sat., March 21

We have put together an exciting panel for you focused on covering border stories. We will take a look at how ethics and laws are different when covering stories in Mexico, discuss what border stories we need to start telling, focus on case studies from our panelists and end with a Q&A.
WHEN: Sat., March 21
TIME:  11 a.m. – 1 p.m. 
WHERE: U-T San Diego’s 3rd floor Meeting Room

Our esteemed panel will be moderated by San Diego City College Broadcast News Chair Laura Castaneda:
Panel includes:
Christian Ramirez – Director of Southern Border Communities Coalition Human Rights Director of Alliance San Diego
Lynne Walker – Vice President of the Institute of Americas – Before joining the Institute, Lynne was the Mexico City Bureau Chief for Copley News Service for 15 years.
Sandra Dibble – Reporter for UT-San Diego. Sandra has covered the Tijuana-San Diego border since 1994.
Teri Karonbonik – Teri is an attorney at New Media Rights and an adjunct professor at Cal Western School of Law.
Cost: $10 for professionals and $5 for students. All fees go toward our local chapter and raising money for a future scholarship fund.

RSVP to: nahjsandiego@gmail.com