Join the National Press Photographers Association and the National Press Club Journalism Institute Friday February 12th at 11:30am EST for a online webinar on Caring for photojournalists: Preventing burnout, treating trauma and ensuring equity. Visual journalists have been on the front lines of the pandemic, injured at protests and attacked at the Capitol insurrection. Holding a camera makes those who are reporting on events a visible target for law enforcement or people angry at the media. And working remotely is not an option when you’re the community’s eyes and ears at the scene. The panel will be moderated by NPPA executive director Akili Ramsess and feature Nicole Frugé director of photography at the San Francisco Chronicle, Rich Glickstein recovering photojournalist, trauma therapist and social worker, and Michael Santiago staff news photojournalist at Getty Images.
Registration is now open. Click here to register.