Lucinda Judd at The Flyer (U of Dayton):

Journalists of certain fields are accustomed to warfare, personal attacks and even death. When I visited the Newseum in Washington, D.C. in 2018, I noticed a memorial: a wall of pictures of journalists that lost their lives while doing their jobs.

The most harrowing aspect of the wall was not only the number of pictures, but the empty space above the memorial. Blank picture frames were left empty in anticipation of the future fallen journalists.

Although the Newseum is now closed because of a lack of funding, their website has a memorial page which includes 2,344 images and biographies of those journalists around the world that have died on the job.