Tarcey Munaku

Saturday, April 28, 2001

Zimbabwean political journalist Tarcey Munaku came to New York to learn what its like to cover politics in the United States. Practicing journalism in the United States has its hurdles, but journalism in Zimbabwe can be a life-threatening occupation. Reporter Amy Eddings wonders what the American media can offer a journalist in his situation.

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