Join FRONTLINE and the Harvard Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy for a special conversation with Maria Ressa, the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize-winning journalist who was the subject of the FRONTLINE documentary A Thousand Cuts.
The event will be a hybrid gathering, with an in-person discussion for Harvard University students and faculty to attend and a simultaneous virtual live-stream that will be available to view here.
Featured speakers will include:
2021 Nobel Peace Prize Winner
CEO & Executive Editor, Rappler
Film subject, A Thousand Cuts
From award-winning filmmaker Ramona Diaz, A Thousand Cuts chronicles how Ressa and her colleagues have been at the forefront of reporting on Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s brutal war on drugs, how she became a top target in his crackdown on the news media, and her work to map social media disinformation. The documentary is available to stream in full on FRONTLINE’s website, on FRONTLINE’s YouTube channel and in the PBS Video App.
The event will be available to stream on FRONTLINE’s Facebook page.