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Bill Keller: “Our job as journalists is to hold the system accountable”

 Spare Change News - USA 20 May 2019

In 2014, American journalist Bill Keller called time on a 30-year career with the New York Times to start from scratch with The Marshall Project. His non-profit, independent start-up offers unbiased and critical reporting of the U.S. criminal justice system. It has published over 400 stories in partnership with around 60 news organizations, and bagged its first Pulitzer Prize in April. Keller spoke to Spare Change News about holding the criminal justice system to account, the presidential election and the power of journalism to affect real change. (1739 Words) - By Adam Sennott

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American journalist Bill Keller called time on a 30-year career with the New York Times to start from scratch with The Marshall Project.Credit: Zengzheng Wang

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American journalist Bill Keller called time on a 30-year career with the New York Times to start from scratch with The Marshall Project.Credit: Zengzheng Wang

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American journalist Bill Keller called time on a 30-year career with the New York Times to start from scratch with The Marshall Project.Credit: Zengzheng Wang


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