After Hurricane Katrina, journalists at the Biloxi SunHerald ignored their own sorrows to tell the stories. A recent series by the Huffington Post emphasized that journalists are ordinary people who often report on extraordinary or horrific events but rarely receive trauma training or psychological care when it’s needed.
After Hurricane Katrina, journalists at the Biloxi SunHerald ignored their own sorrows to tell the stories. A recent series by the Huffington Post emphasized that journalists are ordinary people who often report on extraordinary or horrific events but rarely receive trauma training or psychological care when it’s needed. Ben Sklar Associated Press file
After Hurricane Katrina, journalists at the Biloxi SunHerald ignored their own sorrows to tell the stories. A recent series by the Huffington Post emphasized that journalists are ordinary people who often report on extraordinary or horrific events but rarely receive trauma training or psychological care when it’s needed. Ben Sklar Associated Press file

The effect of covering tragic events

May 30, 2015 05:00 PM

UPDATED May 31, 2015 12:00 AM

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