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Hunter’s Pulitzer Fellow Publishes Story

Overseas reporting by Hunter College media studies student Kadia Goba has resulted in publication with the award-winning Pacific Standard. Goba traveled to Sierra Leone last summer on a Hunter College international reporting fellowship, thanks to the Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting. She covered environmental challenges related to a deadly 2017 mudslide that killed more than 1,000 people.

Her resulting story, published on Pacific Standard’s web site on Oct. 12, focused on a new initiative to close the gender cap in the workplace while helping a rebuilding project. A version of the story was also published on the Pulitzer Center web site, and received a mention in the widely distributed newsletter of Global Health Now of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

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Musu Jabbie, survivor of a deadly landslide in which she lost her husband and sister, shown doing remedial work at the same site, Sugarloaf Mountain in Sierra Leone, during the commemorative tree-planting ceremony. She was photographed by Pulitzer fellow Kadia Goba during her summer 2018 reporting trip there.
Musu Jabbie, survivor of a deadly landslide in which she lost her husband and sister, shown doing remedial work at the same site, Sugarloaf Mountain in Sierra Leone, during a commemorative tree-planting ceremony. She was photographed by Pulitzer fellow Kadia Goba during her summer 2018 reporting trip there.

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