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Ever since I left the IWMF's HEFAT training, I haven't been able to stop thinking about how much I wish I'd learned this information sooner AND how critical it is to find a way to make this accessible to all journalists— especially women and nonbinary folks— as soon as possible. It's imperative to our work and safety.
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The Kim Wall grant opened doors in my career that I never thought would open for me. The grant gave me an opportunity to report in-depth on a story that I always wanted. I take pride in the opportunity that the Kim Wall Memorial Fund gave me and since I have received funding and skills opportunities that have enhanced my career to another level. Thank you, IWMF.
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