My talk at the University of California Berkeley, Graduate School of Journalism’s Investigative Reporting Program
By Raïssa Robles
Hi guys, I’m right now in the United States doing a book tour.
I’d like to share with you all my presentation yesterday with John Temple, director of the UC Berkeley Graduate School’s Investigative Reporting Program. John is well known in the field of journalism in the US since his Rocky Mountain News (now defunct) won a number of Pulitzer Prizes (the equivalent of the Oscars for Journalism.)
John was also once a former managing editor of the Washington Post.
Here is the link to the notice on my talk the UC Berkeley website.
And below is the video of my talk and conversation with John.
I’ll do a longer post later.
Tomorrow, I will be going to the Bayanihan center in San Francisco to do another talk, this time on the topic – Is Duterte heading toward authoritarianism?
Marlon Segovia says
To: Raissa Robles – You are claiming that you are a professional writer. I’m appalled and dissapointed to realize, after reading your internet domain’s index page content, that you need to take an “English Grammar 101” refresher course because your English composition is riddled with so many flaws. Do you want to bet?
Your journalistic demeanor is dishonorable. You deliberately violate the very fetus of journalistic sublime principle by defying impartiality. It is apparent that the propensity of your writing leans towards in intentionally demeaning the helm of President Duterte, consistently. I still pray that you will not further influence your peers to be future contemptible writers of history. – Marlon Segovia
What is “the very fetus of journalistic sublime principle by defying impartiality”?