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Link to Blog Entry about Ed’s lecture in Washington Last Night

Elizabeth Krist, a dear friend and excellent photo editor at National Geographic Magazine, has written a strong review of my lecture from last night in Washington, DC, as part of DC Photo Week. Please check it out, as she discusses my comments about advocacy journalism and objectivity in some...

November 22, 2008

Enthusiastic Review of “Curse”

Distinguished picture editor and photojournalism specialist, Colin Jacobson (Senior Lecturer, MA Photojournalism – University of Westminster) has written a must-read review of Curse of the Black Gold for the UK’s fastest growing publication of photojournalism – 8 Magazine In Jacobson’s words, “The visual journalism interconnects and overlaps, permeated by...

November 17, 2008

Panel Discussion: The Petroleum and Poverty Paradox

Panel Discussion: Senate Foreign Relations Staff Report on “The Petroleum and Poverty Paradox: Assessing U.S. and International Community Efforts to Fight the Resource Curse” Reception and Photo Exhibit with Ed Kashi, Photographer: Curse of the Black Gold: 50 Years of Oil in the Niger Delta Thursday, November 20, 4:30-7:00...

November 14, 2008

Niger Delta – Part of CNN’s Planet in Peril Special

Take a look at the link below recognizing Ed’s Niger Delta segment of David Elliot Cohen’s recent book What Matters. CNN Planet in Peril – The price of our oil addiction Listen to Ed’s comments

November 10, 2008

Curse of the Black Gold on Mother Jones Website

Please check out a new posting about my book, Curse of the Black Gold, about the Niger Delta. Mother Jones

November 05, 2008