Journalist documenting events of the Ukrainian Revolution at Independence Square, Kiev, Ukraine, on February 18, 2014. (Photo by Mstyslav Chernov / CC BY 3.0) I once read a question from the World Press Institute that read, What do you think are the most dangerous jobs in the world? This is a random question I asked people on the streets of New York City. And guess what the answers were: “Police, Military, bodyguards…” Well, we may think of these and even more like firefighters, astronauts, or perhaps fishermen, but few of us would believe that journalists face greater dangers for reporting the news. According to the United Nations, “Journalism is one of the most dangerous professions in the world.” So as I think about some of the dangers Journalists go through, I wonder would you risk it if it were your story to tell? I mean, how else do we hear of what's happening in the world if journalists aren't taking the risk of bringing us news. Hats off to you guys. You are the real MVPs! Check out this old article by the International Labour Organization to learn a little about the risks journalists take, especially in times of war. Click HERE.
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