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  • On being an “African writer” | Jina Moore
    replies I will happily answer that question once someone asks a French writer what it means to him to be considered a European writer began Stanley Kenani author of Love on Trial a short story about homosexuality and homophobia in Malawi Kenani continued by explaining that as an accountant by day and writer by night he does not think about what is expected of him when he is writing but rather waits for the voice to come to him and then writes it down Billy Kahora of Kenya nominated for his story Urban Zoning responded by saying that in order for him to answer the question he needs to be given a definition of African This was seconded by Melissa Myambo author of The Departure Lounge who said that this was her least favourite question to answer Myambo referred to an interview she did with the BBC World Service in which the exact same question was asked which she answered indirectly saying first of all I must become a writer I was born in Zimbabwe so obviously I write about Zimbabwe Let s linger on that last bit which I love First of all I must become a writer Me too Melissa Tags caine prize kenya malawi zimbabwe Share on Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Email Bio Latest Posts Jina Moore By way of introduction the word jina means name in Swahili and the overcomer in Sanskrit Global Women s Rights reporter BuzzFeedNews Africa adjacent Website Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Instagram Latest Posts By Jina Moore Turns out FGM is for men Praise posts From the Department of Gentle Suggestions Previous article To mark South Sudan s first anniversary read this Next article Regarding more than the pain of others You may also like From the Department of Gentle Suggestions What

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  • $1 million for African media, $100,000 at a time | Jina Moore
    Across the continent we are seeing innovative ways in which technology is providing people with greater access to information This challenge is a great opportunity for journalists entrepreneurs and technologists to join forces and help enable the African media to hold their leaders to account Digital strategist Justin Arenstein a Knight International Journalism Fellow working with AMI is leading the initiative The International Center for Journalists in Washington D C administers the Knight Fellowships HOW TO APPLY Entries must be submitted to the ANIC website by midnight Central African Time on July 10 2012 WHO CAN APPLY Proposals may be submitted by news pioneers from anywhere in the world but entries must have an African media partner who will help develop and test the innovation Projects that are designed for Africa will stand a better chance of receiving support PROJECTS OF GREATEST INTEREST ANIC is seeking new ways to create discuss and share news and make quality journalism sustainable This could include new revenue or production models new ways to gather produce or distribute news Ideas that can be scaled up across the continent or replicated elsewhere are of particular interest Preference will be given to ideas that solve bottlenecks facing Africa s media THE JUDGING PROCESS Winning projects will be selected by an ANIC panel of judges following public voting and a review by an international jury About ICFJ The International Center for Journalists is a non profit organization that advances quality journalism worldwide Its programs combine the best professional standards with the latest digital innovations ICFJ believes that independent vigorous media are crucial in improving the human condition About AMI The African Media Initiative is the continent s largest umbrella association of African media owners senior executives and other industry stakeholders AMI s mandate is to serve as a catalyst for strengthening African media by building the tools knowledge resources and technical capacity for African media to play an effective public interest role in their societies This mandate includes assisting with the development of professional standards financial sustainability technological adaptability and civic engagement About Google Inc Google s innovative search technologies connect millions of people around the world with information every day Founded in 1998 by Stanford Ph D students Larry Page and Sergey Brin Google today is a top Web property in all major global markets Google s mission in Africa is to make the Internet an integral part of every day life in Africa by increasing it s relevance and usefulness eliminating access barriers for potential users and developing products that are meaningful for the countries in the region Google is headquartered in Silicon Valley with offices throughout the Americas Europe Africa and Asia For more information visit www google com africa see our Africa Blog google africa blogspot com or follow us on Twitter twitter com googleafrica About Omidyar Network Omidyar Network is a philanthropic investment firm dedicated to harnessing the power of markets to create opportunity for people to improve their lives Established in

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  • Journalism | Jina Moore | Page 2
    Journalism February 28 2012 Calling journos in the developing world Come cover the UN By Jina Moore This came to my inbox today If you re 25 35 already working full time as a journalist and interested in covering the UN you re perfect Read More Human Rights Journalism February 2 2012 Updates from the cave where I m hiding By Jina Moore Some combination of way too much work too much travel and too few hours in the day has made me neglect this little nook of Read More Human Rights Journalism December 1 2011 Right on David Newhouse Or How to report on Penn State By Jina Moore It would usually be a bit uncouth for editors to question each other in public but David Newhouse did the right thing in Read More Human Rights Journalism October 11 2011 Cool projects by cool people By Jina Moore I spent last week in San Diego at the Joan B Kroc Institute for Peace Justice talking about women media power and peace Read More Journalism September 21 2011 This is worth your time and perhaps your money By Jina Moore I ve been neglecting the blog lately so busy with work the thing is so insatiable other et cetera that make me understand why Read More Journalism July 29 2011 Summer Reading before the world implodes By Jina Moore I m off on vacation literally not just the I m not blogging so much kind of digital vacation I ve been occasionally indulging in Read More Human Rights Journalism July 15 2011 The Dart Center Guide to Reporting on Sexual Violence By Jina Moore Given the recent conversation on this blog and elsewhere I thought readers might benefit from this guide Please share it freely with anyone who Read More

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  • Journalism | Jina Moore | Page 12
    China Elsewhere Egypt Afghanistan Iraq Haiti US Sweden Topics Activism African Politics Justice Aftermath Aid Culture Ebola Global Health Human Rights Journalism Justice NGOs On Media Poverty Power Youth UN Vignettes Journalism Journalism February 22 2008 Jina leaves walker behind joins digital revolutionaries younger than her By Jina Moore I think I figured out the RSS feed which is the way hipper answer to subscribing to a blog than subscribing by email You know Read More Journalism November 28 2007 Errata By Jina Moore While I was there at the Atlantic website I nabbed this little quotelet from Andrew Sullivan s blog where he bestowed upon the Times the Read More Journalism West Africa October 19 2005 Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting partnerships By Jina Moore I ve had the good fortune of working with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and its fantastic staff on several projects Justice Renewed Libera Read More Previous 1 11 12 Find Jina Online What I Write About Activism African Great Lakes African Politics Aid Award winner Burundi BuzzFeed Christian Science Monitor CJR Criticism Culture DRC Ebola Elsewhere Essay Global Health Human Rights Journalism Justice Justice Aftermath Kenya Liberia More Work MultiMedia NGOs Nigeria

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  • Post 9/11, Americans Say Muslims Face Most Discrimination | Jina Moore
    York Eight years after the terrorist attacks in New York City and Washington Americans believe that Muslims face more discrimination than any other religious group in the US Read Full Article Off Site Tags statistics Share on Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Email Bio Latest Posts Jina Moore By way of introduction the word jina means name in Swahili and the overcomer in Sanskrit Global Women s Rights reporter BuzzFeedNews Africa adjacent Website Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Instagram Latest Posts By Jina Moore Turns out FGM is for men Praise posts From the Department of Gentle Suggestions Previous article The Last Column of 9 11 Next article Charles Taylor Trial Gets Mixed Reviews in Liberia You may also like An Aid Worker Fights for Justice After Being Raped in South Sudan All of Uganda s Free Emergecy Contraceptives Are About to Expire The Sexual Abuse of Cambodia s History is No Longer Invisible Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website CAPTCHA Code Find Jina Online More Stories Why an American lawyer is pulling the plug literally on a Rwandan refugee There s a lot to be horrified by

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  • The Teeth May Smile But the Heart Does Not Forget | Jina Moore
    by exoticism and stereotype the country doesn t often make the bestseller list And journalist Andrew Rice didn t set out to write an easy book The Teeth May Smile but the Heart Does Not Forget is an ambitious work of narrative journalism the story of one man s quest for the truth about the murder of his father who was killed during the brutal reign of dictator Idi Amin Read Full Article Off Site Tags justice reconciliation Share on Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Email Bio Latest Posts Jina Moore By way of introduction the word jina means name in Swahili and the overcomer in Sanskrit Global Women s Rights reporter BuzzFeedNews Africa adjacent Website Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Instagram Latest Posts By Jina Moore Turns out FGM is for men Praise posts From the Department of Gentle Suggestions Previous article Peacebuliding A Comprehensive Report Next article Letterman Protest Misses Real Rape Crisis You may also like An Aid Worker Fights for Justice After Being Raped in South Sudan All of Uganda s Free Emergecy Contraceptives Are About to Expire The Sexual Abuse of Cambodia s History is No Longer Invisible Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will

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  • The Antelope’s Strategy | Jina Moore
    foreign communities of landing on a dusty airstrip in some remote region barely on the map knowing no one and yet somehow leaving a week later with a half dozen stories full of illuminating quotations and details Read Full Article Off Site Tags justice reconciliation Share on Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google LinkedIn Email Bio Latest Posts Jina Moore By way of introduction the word jina means name in Swahili and the overcomer in Sanskrit Global Women s Rights reporter BuzzFeedNews Africa adjacent Website Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Instagram Latest Posts By Jina Moore Turns out FGM is for men Praise posts From the Department of Gentle Suggestions Previous article Once more to Rwanda or How a Rwandan genocide survivor made peace with the man who almost killed her Next article Peacebuliding A Comprehensive Report You may also like An Aid Worker Fights for Justice After Being Raped in South Sudan The Sexual Abuse of Cambodia s History is No Longer Invisible How Rwandan Women Got Their Power Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website CAPTCHA Code Find Jina Online More Stories Women as anti corruption weapons Not long

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  • Justice | Jina Moore | Page 2
    Aftermath MultiMedia Reporting Sierra Leone July 9 2008 A Former Rebel Faces the Farmer He Mained By Jina Moore GPAINGBANKORDU SIERRA LEONE Before the war when his village and his family and his body were whole Temba Kekura was a farmer He Read More Christian Science Monitor Justice Justice Aftermath Reporting Sierra Leone July 8 2008 Sierra Leonans Look to Truth Telling for Post War Peace By Jina Moore BOMARU SIERRA LEONE Little but its history distinguishes Bomaru from other villages scattered across Sierra Leone s countryside A quiet place with mud houses Read More Christian Science Monitor Justice Justice Aftermath Reporting Sierra Leone July 7 2008 Sierra Leone s Family Talk Heals Scars of war By Jina Moore KAILAHUN DISTRICT SIERRA LEONE John Caulker might know the rough red rock roads of rural Sierra Leone better than he knows the hallways of Read More Christian Science Monitor Justice Reporting Sierra Leone Women s Rights June 10 2008 In Africa Justice for Bush Wives By Jina Moore FREETOWN SIERRA LEONE Fatmata Jalloh was just a kid selling pancakes on a rural road in Sierra Leone when a rebel soldier snatched Read More Christian Science Monitor Justice Power Reporting US March 5 2008 San Quentin s Self Rehab Healing on the Inside By Jina Moore SAN QUENTIN CALIF When he stands Gerry Harris towers over everyone in the room He s bald with a salt and pepper beard that climbs to Read More Christian Science Monitor Justice Reporting February 7 2008 A Human Rights Statistician Finds Truth in Numbers By Jina Moore PALO ALTO CALIF The tension started in the witness room You could feel the stress rolling off the walls in there Patrick Ball Read More Darfur Glamour Magazine Justice More Work Power Reporting Rwanda January 1 2006 Glamour Hero

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