A picture is a worth a thousand words, but often photojournalists don’t get credit for the work they do. Photos turned the tide in the Vietnam War & galvanized support for the civil rights movement.
Here’s a look at photojournalists covering the immigration crisis.
— Kaz Weida (@kazweida) May 27, 2018
Hey thanks for listening. My job is not to be “positive” or “negative” but to tell true stories. Granted we may miss a story or get it wrong; but if
NPR reports facts about the president that seem negative to you, that means the president did something that you don’t agree with. https://t.co/1M3AkOM4jY
— Steve Inskeep (@NPRinskeep) May 28, 2018
50 Questions Every Student Should Be Able To Answer Before They Graduate High School – https://t.co/f6lPLgTxxf pic.twitter.com/7XexMCu4Q1
— TeachThought (@TeachThought) May 25, 2018