In October 2018, 20 students worked with Internews and National Geographic Photo Camp to create photo stories and essays from four locations in Puerto Rico, a little more than a year after Hurricane Maria.Read more
The 2017 wildfires in Northern California were the most destructive in the state’s history. More than 5,600 structures were destroyed, damages exceeded $2 billion, and 44 people lost their lives.
A radio report on KRCB looks at whether Sonoma County's draft Disaster Recovery Plan addresses improving communication in Spanish. information.
Te invitamos a compartir la magia del talento de 20 estudiantes virtuosos del lente que formaron parte del primer National Geographic Photo Camp que se celebra en Puerto Rico.
In Puerto Rico, National Geographic Photo Camp will partner with Internews to bring together 20 aspiring photojournalists – college-age and recent graduates – for a week-long intensive photojournalism training, beginning October 21.
[The Listening Post Collective cited in this article is a project of Internews]
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