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Emily Kassie is the director of visual projects. She has reported on conflict and human rights abuses for the New York Times and NBC and was formerly the Creative Director of Highline/HuffPost where she oversaw visual journalism. She is an Emmy-nominated reporter and filmmaker and her work has been honored with a National Magazine Award, two Murrow Awards, an Overseas Press Club award, two World Press Photo awards and four NPPAs amongst others. In 2019 she was named POYi Multimedia Journalist of the Year. She is a graduate of Brown University and was a Gates Scholar at the University of Cambridge.
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Twitter @emilykassie
Feature September 24
How the United States created the largest immigrant detention system in the world.
News June 12
For the Muslim community in North Carolina, motive matters in 2015 student shootings.
Analysis February 12
The number of people in immigration detention has increased under every presidential administration for more than 25 years.
Feature December 3, 2018
Being stripped of parental rights while in prison, even for minor crimes, is “the family separation crisis that no one knows about,” one advocate said.
Feature October 3, 2018
After passing a series of restrictive housing laws, Miami-Dade County faces an odd predicament: bands of nomadic sex offenders and a cat-and-mouse game to move them.
News June 22, 2018
The administration is no longer separating them. Now more parents and children will be held at places like this.
Feature June 8, 2018
Can a violent adult jail teach kids to love school?