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Photographer of Life: As a Staff Photographer for the Los Angeles Times, Ginny Dixon Covered the O.J. Simpson Case, the 1992 L.A. Riots, and the Northridge Earthquake, Winning Two Pulitzers in the Process. Her Latest Daring Project? Portraits That Show the Beauty of Women with Disabilities (The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine))
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Voice of the People: Washington Post Correspondent Anthony Shadid Has Focused on How the War in Iraq and Its Bitter Aftermath Have Affected the Lives of the People Who Live There. His Vivid Reporting under Dangerous Conditions Won Him a Pulitzer. but His Approach Is Not without Critics (American Journalism Review)
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Nothing but Fans: New Los Angeles Times Editor Dean Baquet Is a Popular Figure with Those Who Have Worked with Him (American Journalism Review)
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