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SOURCE The Press Club of Western Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 30, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In September, five alumni of the Pittsburgh Black Media Federation's Frank Bolden Urban Journalism Workshop and a professional photographer mentor traveled to Haiti. The fellows, who are named below, were in Haiti to report on post-earthquake recovery and stabilization efforts in the country.
The fellowships were offered as part of The Heinz Endowments funding support to the Bolden workshop, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. As an extension of the workshop, the program supported educational efforts to train journalists to report in-depth on African Diaspora issues.
Please join The Press Club for lunch on Thursday, November 14, noon, at the Engineers Club to hear the fellows' fascinating reports:
Deborah Todd, Post-Gazette reporter
Sonya Toler, writer, editor
Lisa Kay Davis, freelance writer
Anthony Cave, freelance writer
Richena Brockinson, independent photographer
Ken Neely, independent photographer
Luncheon reservations are required with payment by Monday, November 11. Press Club members, PBMF members and students are $20; nonmembers $25. Tables of 10 cost $200. Payment online at www.westernpapressclub.org to use credit card or Paypal. Checks may be sent to The Press Club of Western Pennsylvania, Engineers' Building, 337 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15222.
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