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Minority Journalism Workshop
The Roanoke Times Minority Journalism Workshop is a weeklong program, usually held in June, which introduces a small group of high school students to the field of journalism. The program is open to all, with a focus on bringing together students with different experiences and backgrounds. The application process usually begins in the spring. For information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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