Lauren Wolfe/CPJ Senior Editor
Lauren Wolfe is the director of Women Under Siege, a project on sexualized violence and conflict at the Women's Media Center. While CPJ's senior editor, she wrote the CPJ report, "The Silencing Crime: Sexual Violence and Journalists." Previously, she was a researcher on two New York Times books on the 9/11 attacks.
Video: Who is killing Honduran journalists?
With another journalist murdered in Honduras on Tuesday, bringing the total killed since March to eight, the country’s press is understandably jittery. In a new documentary jointly produced by the Inter-American Press Association and the Video Journalism Movement, Carlos Mauricio Flores, the executive director of Tegucigalpa-based El Heraldo newspaper says, “We journalists are living in uncertainty and fear.”
What’s new on the CPJ Blog
You may have noticed a few changes we’ve made to the CPJ Blog recently. Here’s what’s new (with much thanks to our Web developer, John Emerson): Our bylines are now clickable. You can see a staffer’s (or guest blogger’s) entries on one page by clicking, giving you an overview of blogs written by, say, Bob Dietz,…