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Leloy Claudio talks to Sheila Coronel and Vince Rafael about the relevance of the Black Lives Matter movement to Filipinos
'I spoke with families of the dead who told me their kin were shot while watching TV at home, playing video games in a shop, dealing cards at a friend’s wake, singing karaoke on the sidewalk, or buying bananas from a stall.'
Bobi Tiglao used to understand that. And used to think it was a good thing.
"Maria and her team are a shining example of principled resistance to the erosion of democratic norms."
The Panama Papers project for example is the best example of networked journalism in an interconnected world
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We need journalists like you to expose wrongdoing especially in a country where democratic institutions are weak
Sheila Coronel: Investigative journalists are the bearers of a proud tradition Like priests we perform the culturally sanctioned rituals of exposure and shaming The gods are on our side Let no one tell us otherwise
Sheila Coronel talks to Rappler about the need for diversity in newsrooms and how the changing media landscape affects news and investigative journalism
Journalist Sheila Coronel fashion designer Josie Natori and composer Robert Lopez are among the recipients of the 4th annual The Outstanding Filipino Americans TOFA
With the abundance of available information the challenge for journalists is the understanding gap with their audience
Veteran journalist Sheila Coronel starts her tenure as the school s new dean of academic affairs on July 1
In honor of Women s Day on March 8 Rappler brings you the stories of 3 of the best women Filipina journalists