Carolina Photojournalism

Durham, N.C.
Population estimated at 223,000. Racial makeup: 45% black, 45% white, 10% other. Homicides in 2009: 26. Marcia Owen of the Religious Coalition for a Nonviolent Durham organizes vigils for each slain citizen and educates families on gun safety, reaching out to all her neighbors in the attempt to reduce violence and bring peace to her hometown.

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Carolina Photojournalism at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Journalism aims to prepare students to compete in the ever-changing multimedia industry by offering hands-on training in documentary techniques. To learn more, go to


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Carolina Photojournalism at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Journalism aims to prepare students to compete in the ever-changing multimedia industry by offering hands-on training in documentary techniques. To learn more, go to carolinaphotojournalism.org. We hope you enjoy the stories, and we invite you to offer comments and critiques.

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