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More images from the RISC medical training for combat journalists at the Bronx Documentary Center.  Day 1 of 3….more to come!

Photos by Michael Kamber and Giuliana Mackler

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NYC Fire Museum hosts ‘groundbreaking’ look at war

Conflict Zone, a unique exhibition of civilian and military journalists will open with a reception on Friday, February 10, from 6-9 PM.

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Chris was a wonderful friend and colleague, killed alongside Tim Hetherington in Libya this past April.  His fiance, Christina, has started a fund in his memory.  Please consider giving to this worthy cause.

The Chris Hondros Fund Website Launches

New York, NY, October 20, 2011 – The Chris Hondros Fund, established in
honor of Chris Hondros, the award-winning Getty Images photojournalist
killed April 20th, 2011 in an attack by government forces in Misrata,
Libya, today announced the launch of the Fund’s website at
www.chrishondrosfund.org. Formed by Christina Piaia, Chris Hondros’
fiancé, with the support of Chris’ family, The Chris Hondros Fund will
support and advance the work of photojournalists who espouse the legacy
and vision of Chris Hondros and raise understanding of the issues facing
those reporting from conflict zones through fellowships, grantmaking and
education.


The Chris Hondros Fund is a recognized 501(c)(3) not-for-profit
organization. For more information concerning the Fund, please visit
www.chrishondrosfund.org.