Amy Bracken

Amy Bracken (Sarstoon Temash Institute for Indigenous Management – SATIIM): Amy is a long-time journalist with a passion for exploring the natural world, learning about different cultures, and sharing her craft. After graduating from Columbia University’s School of Journalism in 2003, Amy moved to Port-au-Prince, Haiti, where she spent two years reporting for Reuters, the Associated Press and other outlets. She then split her time between Haiti and her hometown, Boston, where she worked as a freelance producer at the public radio program The World. She also spent a year in Valdez, Alaska, running the newsroom of a small radio station and reporting on ongoing effects and litigation relating to the 1989 Exxon-Valdez oil spill. At the time of her fellowship Amy was studying for a Masters degree at the Fletcher School, Tufts University. After her fellowship Amy wrote: “I learned a lot from being in a place so culturally different from anywhere I’ve ever been. I saw little racial tension, little class distinction, little materialism, but also major problems like lack of education and economic opportunities.”



What is sustainable community forestry? Two advocates explain

11 Sep

Listen to Conejo residents John Makin and Manuel Caal discuss sustainable community forestry and land rights. Also hear Caal sing and play a church tune…

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxS0UOx7M9k

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJlbfH9E_w0

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C724WnCPxME

Posted By Amy Bracken

Posted Sep 11th, 2011

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