Pesta, Abigail
April 2011
Marie Claire (US Edition);Apr2011, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p124
This article presents an interview with Judith Matloff, a board member of the International News Safety Institute. When asked about the controversy related to the sexaual assault of CBS correspondent Lara Logan in Cairo, Egypt, in February 2011, Matloff says that every woman who does this job has the possibility of sexual assault. Matloff recommends sexual-violence training to prevent sexual assault. She says that Logan's decision to go public was a brave act.


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