WJI Buzz - Miniter, Goldberg, Gourevitch, Olasky, Rosenberg, Vincent, Williams
May 4, 2011
New York, N.Y.--World Journalism Institute recognizes the bravery and honor of our Navy SEALs shown in the death and burial of Osama bin Laden.
Having worked in New York City with The King's College since 2001 to train young journalists from around the country, we have seen the tenacity and nobility of New York citizens since the attacks on 9/11.
WJI Deputy Director Kim Collins went to Ground Zero on Monday, May 2, to honor those who died and show our gratitude for a job well done by our military. The photo shows a pickup truck emblazoned with the names of the heroic firefighters and police officers who died.
In this Buzz, we present a new book on Islamic terrorism by former WJI teacher Richard Miniter and then we remind our readers of some of the pertinent books written by various WJI teachers, speakers and friends over the past ten years.
Richard Miniter (speaker ‘01-02) has a new book entitled Mastermind: The Many Faces of the 9/11 Architect, Khalid Shaikh Mohammed (Penguin). Miniter is an investigative journalist and bestselling author of Shadow War and Losing Bin Laden. Miniter can be reached at RMiniter@RichardMiniter.com.
Joel Rosenberg (speaker ‘03-04) is the author of eight best-selling novels and non-fiction books, including his latest, The Twelfth Imam (Tyndale House).
Roy Williams (‘06) wrote 911, God Help Us - A Journalist's Tale of Faith: How Losing a Brother in Sept. 11 Terrorist Attack Transformed Reporter into a Witness for God (1st Books) and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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