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Reporting Hate

Published Sept. 26, 2017
By Laurel Morales, Rodrigo Cervantes, Jorge Valencia, Carrie Jung

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Reporting Hate is a four-part Fronteras Desk series that takes a look at the roots of intolerance and prejudice in the Americas today. Each piece is a unique profile on an individual exploring specific kinds of conflicts and tensions in their lives arising from their identity.

Part I
Abandonment
Leaving the Navajo community for the larger world wasn’t this man’s challenge; coming home to the reservation was as he feels like his old roots try to pull him back down. →
 

Part IV
Resolution
A tense summer of shootings and strife involving the Islamic Community Center of Phoenix drew together the head of the center and a local pastor at Orangewood Church, who are now friends. →
 

Editor: Michel Marizco
Digital: Sky Schaudt, Jean Clare Sarmiento, Jackie Hai, Kaleigh Shufeldt
Graphics: Ambar Favela

Carrie Jung Senior Field Correspondent, Education Desk Carrie Jung began her public radio career in Albuquerque, N.M., where she fell in love with the diverse cultural scene and unique political environment of the Southwest. Jung has been heard on KJZZ since 2013 when she served as a regular contributor to the Fronteras Desk from KUNM Albuquerque. She covered several major stories there including New Mexico's Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage and Albuquerque's failed voter initiative to ban late-term abortions. Jung has also contributed stories about environmental and Native American issues to NPR's Morning Edition, PRI's The World, Al Jazeera America, WNYC's The Takeaway, and National Native News. She earned a bachelor's degree in psychology and a master's in marketing, both from Clemson University. When Jung isn't producing content for KJZZ she can usually be found buried beneath mounds of fabric and quilting supplies. She recently co-authored a book, "Sweet And Simple Sewing," with her mother and sister, who are fabric designers.