Jeremy Scahill is an independent
journalist and correspondent for Democracy Now!. He also reports frequently for Free Speech Radio News. He has reported from Nigeria, Yugoslavia, and the
U.S. In December 1998, and again in May and June 2002, he reported
from Iraq. He has just returned to Baghdad to help bring out news
not covered elsewhere.
Jacqueline Soohen is a journalist
with Big Noise Tactical Media. She also frequently produces video
reports for Democracy Now! and Free Speech Television. She has reported
from conflicts in Mexico, Argentina, South Africa, Afghanistan,
Palestine, and the U.S.
Nathan Mauger is a peace activist, journalist and photographer
from Spokane, Washington.
Thorne Anderson is an independent photojournalist currently
working in Iraq. For the past seven years he has been based in the
Balkans covering conflicts and culture in Yugoslavia, Bosnia, Macedonia,
Albania and Bulgaria. His work has also taken him to Tunisia, Palestine,
Tajikistan, Pakistan and, most recently, a four month stint in Afghanistan.
His work emphasizes the impact of conflict on civilian populations.
Farah Laith is a Canadian-born Iraqi photojournalist. She
is currently in Iraq doing a photography documentary of the other
face of Iraq - 22 million Iraqi civilians.
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is Operations Coordinator for Community Radio station WORT-FM. Over
the last 20 years, he has covered stories in the U.S., Cuba, Mexico,
Nicaragua, El Salvador, Brazil, and Nepal.
Josh Musick is an
information architect and new media designer. He most recently taught
interactive design at the School of Visual Arts in New York City.
A defector from corporate media, he is currently working as an engineer
at Community Radio station WORT-FM.
Rick Rowley is
a veteran of the independent media movement, Rowley has shot, produced
and directed several award winning feature documentaries and television
shows. Cofounder of both Big Noise Films and the Independent Media
Center Video Team, Rowley's work has been honored at festivals around
the world including Cannes, BANFF, Toronto, IDFA, Rotterdam, Berlin,
New York, San Francisco and Chicago Underground.
is co-producer of the Workers Independent News Service (WINS),
a nationally syndicated daily labor radio news program. He has also
reported for Free Speech Radio News, Democracy Now and WORT-FM,
and is an organizer with the Madison
Independent Media Center.
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