- Lonnie Isabel
Lonnie Isabel is a former deputy managing editor of Newsday where he was in charge of award-winning foreign coverage. He has supervised coverage of crises around the world, and has reported from Cuba, India, and the Middle East. Isabel has been a reporter and editor for the Boston Globe and Oakland Tribune and his work has appeared in the Columbia Journalism Review.
- Prue Clarke
Prue Clarke is an award winning journalist and media development specialist. Her work has appeared in the Financial Times, The Times of London, the Globe and Mail, The Australian, and on the BBC, CBC, ABC, and NPR.
- Matt McAllester
Matt McAllester joined Newsday, Long Island, as a reporter in 1994. In 1999, he was appointed Middle East correspondent and was the paper’s United Nations correspondent until 2007. He has covered conflicts in the Balkans, Israel, the Palestinian Territories, Lebanon, Iraq, Northern Ireland, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal, Nigeria, and other countries.
- Yoruba Richen
Yoruba Richen has been working as a journalist and documentary filmmaker for 10 years. Her documentary, “Promised Land,” about post-apartheid South Africa, was broadcast on the PBS series “P.O.V” in 2010. Most recently, Yoruba was a producer for “Live from Main Street” – a series of televised town hall events that took place in five cities and were broadcast on the satellite stations LINK TV and Free Speech TV as well as live-streamed on the web.
- Mary Anne Weaver
Mary Anne Weaver was a Fellow at CUNY’s Leon Levy Center for Biography (2008-2009) and is the author of “Pakistan: In the Shadow of Jihad and Afghanistan” (newly titled, in 2010, “Pakistan: Deep Inside the World’s Most Frightening State”) and “A Portrait of Egypt: A Journey Through the World of Militant Islam.”
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