The former Chicago Tribune correspondent is walking out of Africa, through Asia, and down through the Americas, tracing humanity’s own first journey.
Tag: Paul Salopek
Former Trib correspondent Paul Salopek is taking an eight-year walk
National Geographic is chronicling the journalist’s journey from Ethiopia to Tierra del Fuego
Did journalism exploit James Foley?
Did freelancing add to James Foley’s peril?
Article/Paragraph of the Week: BP Boycotts
Trying to boycott BP? It’s harder than it looks.
Skokie’s Holocaust Museum — day two
A symposium on genocide at the new Illinois Holocaust Museum becomes a media critique, and Pioneer Press covers it.
Can this handsome plaque be redeemed for food stamps?
How many journalists, like the Chicago Tribune’s Susan Chandler, are contending for awards this spring but have already lost their jobs?
Paul Salopek wins a Polk Award
Paul Salopek of the Chicago Tribune wins a Polk Award for his coverage of an anti-terrorist Pentagon operation in the Horn of Africa.
Paul Salopek Correction
Paul Salopek has not resigned from the Tribune, despite my earlier post
The Tribune casualty list
The Chicago Tribune is moving on without some of its most talented journalists