Tag: libya

July 2, 2012 / Text

A militia rolls into the airport and shuts down all air traffic, because they’re angry about something.  Another militia goes into the offices of the electoral commission and burns ballots, because they’re upset about something. Officials from the International Criminal Court are arrested and later…

May 7, 2012 / Audio

Just over a year ago, Brian Conley found himself teaching workshops on new media reporting in a divided Libya.  While Gadaffi clung to power and a war was fought, Brian and his team improvised their way around and experienced part of the excitement, fear, frustration, and joy.. not to mention all the other emotions that this very difficult conflict brought about.  This month, one year since those first journeys around Libya, he is returning to pick up where he left off.  These are his stories, setting the stage for a new adventure, one where his actions will help bring about a better future for a hopeful nation.

March 3, 2011 / Text

Sometimes you’re reading a book, attending a lecture, watching a film, or listening to an interview and a voice grabs you.  The story grabs you.  The combination of the story, the voice, and some unknown, undetectable qualities grab hold of you and they shake you…