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From the Committee to Protect Journalists: New York, January 26, 2021 – Russian authorities should allow journalists to cover protests freely and without fear, and refrain from attacking or detaining members of the press, the Committee to Protect Journalists said...

Dangers Facing Journalists

Sara Fischer at Axios Media Trends: The Capitol attack on January 6th resulted in at least 9 physical assaults against journalists and at least 5 arrests, per the U.S. Press Freedom Tracker’s top editor. Why it matters: President Trump’s harsh rhetoric...

Sacking the Capitol, Threatening Journalists

The New Yorker has previously-unpublished video of the sacking of the Capitol. It is especially disturbing to anyone who has worked on the Hill.  The terrorists rifle through documents and papers — a potential threat to national security. At about eleven minutes...

Journalists at Risk

In response to events today in Washington D.C., the Committee to Protect Journalists issued the following statement: “We are gravely concerned by today’s attack on American institutions, including the Capitol building in Washington, D.C., where journalists as well as...

Widow of Fallen Journalist Discusses the Memorial

President Trump signed into law the Fallen Journalists Memorial Act, authorizing the planning and construction of a memorial in Washington, D.C., to slain journalists.  The push behind this act came after the 2018 Capital Gazette shooting, where a gunman killed five...

Fallen Journalists Memorial FAQs

From the Fallen Journalists Memorial Foundation: Who will be honored by the memorial? The memorial will honor fallen journalists and the U.S.’s commitment to a free press. It will not name individual journalists.   What will the memorial look like? While no...