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The Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism prepares reporters for the next era of journalism. Our students learn to report and interview and how to tell their stories in the most effective medium – print, video, audio or photography. As they progress, students use their skills more broadly in investigative, political, business, health, international, science and other reporting classes. Our progressive and flexible curriculum ensures that students are deft and versatile with skills they need for the quickly evolving news industry and job market.

Cover page of 9 Months Waiting for Peace 

9 Months Waiting for Peace 

(2021)

9 Months Waiting for Peace is the harrowing story of a Colombian refugee who is granted a 9-month temporary protection order to seek asylum in Spain.

Last year an anti-immigrant, populist party called, “Vox” was voted into power, altering access to public health services and feelings of safety for newly arrived migrants.

  As public health specialists struggle to assess the impact of migration amidst a global refugee crisis, the voices of asylum seekers give a portrait of how making it across the border is only a small step towards a life of peace.

 

 

Cover page of In Their Fight

In Their Fight

(2021)
  • 1 supplemental PDF
Cover page of A Search for Belonging

A Search for Belonging

(2020)
  • 1 supplemental video
  • 1 supplemental ZIP