Jean Friedman-Rudovsky is an award-winning freelance investigative journalist based in Philadelphia. She is a Vice Magazine contributing editor and has been published in The New York Times, Time Magazine, Cosmopolitan, and Bloomberg Businessweek, among others. From 2006 to 2015, she was a foreign correspondent whose work primarily focused on women’s rights, and economic and environmental justice
Antionette Lee is a Master of Journalism student at Temple University, passionate about using the power of media to pursue social justice both domestically and internationally, working to be a catalyst for change and a light to those in need. She is acting vice-president of the recently founded Temple Black Graduate Women’s Association and is a member of the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists.
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Emily MacMullen is a senior broadcast journalism major at Temple University. She started writing for newspapers when she was very young, joining her first school newspaper at the age of seven. Since then, it has been her passion to keep people informed on important world issues. She wants to become a lead news anchor with the ultimate goal of meeting audience needs for reliable news sources.
Jaya Montague is a Temple University journalism major, newsletter chair of Temple’s Black Student Union and writes for the Opinion section in The Temple News. She studied creative writing at the Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts, was a youth reporter at Philly Youth Radio, first runner-up to be Philadelphia’s Youth Poet Laureate and is pursuing a certificate in American Sign Language.
Emily Scott is a junior journalism major at Temple University with an international communication concentration. For the past two years, she has actively worked as a beat reporter for the university’s student-run newspaper, The Temple News. She is now the Features Editor, working closely and editing the articles of 10 to 12 writers per week.
Iman Sultan is a freelance journalist and student in political science and journalism at Temple University. Originally from Karachi, Pakistan, Sultan was born and raised in the US and grew up with periodic visits back to Pakistan. In 2014, she became politically active with Temple Students for Justice in Palestine, and served as president from 2015 to 2016. In early 2016, she helped organize the Black Radical Tradition Conference.
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