Courage Emerges From the Work Journalists Do

Cerkez-Robinson, Aida
June 2006
Nieman Reports;Summer2006, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p51
The article discusses the views of the author concerning the bravery of journalists in Sarajevo. The author states the subversive activities in Bosnia & Hercegovina. The attacks in the country started in cities and towns that are located near the Serbian border. However, journalists continue to expose themselves to death to promote social change in the country. They are exerting efforts to slowly widen the consciousness of the humanity concerning the inequalities and civil rights violations that were observed in the nation.


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