March 18, 2004: Headlines: Minority RPCVs: Writing - Staff: Sexual Assault: Women's Issues: Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma: Dart Award Final Judge and Author Lori S. Robinson has worked at Peace Corps Headquarters' Communication Department in Washington, DC.

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Dart Award Final Judge and Author Lori S. Robinson has worked at Peace Corps Headquarters' Communication Department in Washington, DC.

Dart Award Final Judge and Author Lori S. Robinson has worked at Peace Corps Headquarters' Communication Department in Washington, DC.

Dart Award Final Judge and Author Lori S. Robinson has worked at Peace Corps Headquarters' Communication Department in Washington, DC.

Lori S. Robinson is the author of I Will Survive: The African-American Guide to Healing from Sexual Assault and Abuse (2003).

She is a freelance journalist whose work has appeared in the Washington Post, Essence, The Crisis and The Source, among other publications. Robinson lectures and conducts workshops around the country on sexual violence. She recently taught media at Universidad San Francisco de Quito in Ecuador. A former editor at Emerge: Black Americaís Newsmagazine, her honors include National Association of Black Journalists awards, Unity Award in Media prizes, and the International Black Womenís Congress Inspirational Award. Robinson earned a masterís degree in journalism from New York University in 1994.




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Story Source: Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma

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