Tag Archives: Marvin Alisky

Remembering Argentina’s Dirty War & Effects on the Press

(Editor’s Note: Some students in the International Media program at American University are now researching final papers on a variety of topics. We are posting proposals and updates on these projects to demonstrate their progress.) by Allison Dickinson Special to … Continue reading

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Mayan Radio in Guatemala: Fighting for Identity

by Jeff Hutter Special to Sutradhar’s Market Access to information and media is particularly challenging for Guatemalan citizens. The country’s topography and infrastructure preclude the distribution of newspapers to areas outside of Guatemala City. The country’s high illiteracy rate compounds … Continue reading

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