Author Archives: Angela Hill

2015 was a fatal year for journalists

The names etched in glass at the Newseum in Washington D.C. will stick with me for a long time. It is the memorial for fallen journalists and contains the names of those killed every year for doing their job. Maybe … Continue reading

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TED Woman: Lee Mokobe

“And now, oncoming traffic is embracing more transgendered children than parents.” I have never really appreciated the impact of slam poetry until I heard Lee Mokobe at TED Women in Monterey this May. I appreciate that slam poetry as an … Continue reading

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James Nachtwey

James Nachtwey is, without a doubt, one of the most impressive people in the world. Not that he would ever accept that though. The photographer has captured some of the most incredible images of war in our time. He was … Continue reading

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In Bruges

I didn’t know much about Bruges before arriving there. I mean I saw the movie – In Bruges (the 2008 flick with Colin Farrell playing a messed-up gun-for-hire), but Farrell’s character’s views weren’t that positive. “I grew up in Dublin. … Continue reading

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Anne Frank House

Most young women will remember reading Anne Frank, the diary of a young girl, when we were in high school. It always struck me as so unfair, them being cooped up for so long, being caught after surviving for years, … Continue reading

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