State of Journalism: A War of Words in Cuba
According to the constitution, every American citizen is afforded the right to freely speak their mind — something many people take for granted. But, just 90 miles off the coast of Florida, Cubans who write, say or share information considered to be critical by the Cuban government are subject to imprisonment. Reporter Rachel White sits down with Cuban journalists who aim to put an end to the censorship they claim silences Cubans across the country.
About the Contributors
Senior / Broadcast Journalism and Political Science
Rachel is currently a senior pursuing a dual major in broadcast journalism and political science with a minor in international relations. Rachel previously reported for The Daily Collegian where she covered the Sandusky trial from inside the courtroom. Rachel has reported for numerous outlets using broadcast, print and social media. She plans to graduate in May 2014. After graduation, Rachel aspires to be a reporter for a national news organization.