Jacquelyn Iyamah

Jacquelyn Iyamah joined CPJ in 2017 as its inaugural Patti Birch Gender and Media Freedom Fellow. Prior to this role, she worked at the Friends Committee on National Legislation, where she advocated for economic justice on a federal level. Before that, she was a political communication intern at the Ella Baker Center, where she advocated for criminal justice reform on a state level. Iyamah's deep passion for gender, class and race dynamics play a pivotal role in the work she has done over the years. She received her bachelor's degree from the University of California Berkeley, where she majored in social welfare and minored in global poverty with a concentration in human rights.

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Covering LGBTQ issues brings risk of threats and retaliation for journalists and their sources

May 17, 2018 10:00 AM ET

To mark the annual International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, CPJ spoke with journalists and news outlets based in Argentina, Iran, Indonesia, the U.S., Uganda, and Russia, about the challenges they face reporting on LGBTQ issues....

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On International Women's Day, CPJ looks at threats women journalists face

March 7, 2018 4:47 PM ET

From imprisonment, sexual violence, cyber harassment, and even death, CPJ has documented threats faced by women journalists across the globe....

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