Award-winning journalists with decades of global experience will explore how border conflict from Sonora to Syria skews reality and endangers reporters in a free public discussion “Reporting Border Conflict: Stifled News, Lost Lives” on Tuesday, Feb. 18 at 5 p.m., in the University of Arizona’s Center for Creative Photography. The UA School of Journalism and the New York-based Overseas Press Club of America are sponsoring the talk.

Panelists will focus on the U.S.-Mexico border and Central America within a global context and then take questions from the audience.

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