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Eric Freedman

About: Eric Freedman

Eric Freedman, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, is professor of Journalism and director of Capital News Service and the Knight Center for Environmental Journalism at Michigan State University. He is a former Lansing Bureau reporter for the Detroit News and has been a Fulbright journalism instructor in Uzbekistan, Lithuania and the Republic of Georgia.

By on May 24th, 2019

They’re jewels in Michigan’s crown. Natural gems. Historical gems. Cultural gems. Their names conjure magic in our minds: Sleeping Bear Dunes. Pictured Rocks. River Raisin. Isle Royale. Pristine as they are in our minds, air pollution makes them jewels in jeopardy.  Air pollution? you ask. At Pictured Rocks, hugging the northern shore of the Upper Peninsula along Lake Superior? Can’t be. Or at Sleeping Bear...

By on April 19th, 2019

You remember how President Trump labeled the caravan of Central American migrants heading toward the U.S.-Mexico border as an “invasion” and tweeted, “This is an invasion of our Country and our Military is waiting for you!”  The president again has gone beyond political hyperbole deep into the realm of fear-mongering. America’s latest invasion – a genuine one – came during the War of 1812 when...

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