The New York Times‘ Stehanie Clifford and PoynterOnline’s Rick Edmonds are reporting that The Christian Science Monitor will be abandoning its print component starting April 1st, 2009 to focus all of its resources to the nonprofit paper’s Web site.
Ms. Clifford quotes CSM editor John Yemma as saying, Read More
The abduction of Jill Carroll in Baghdad in January, along with the murder of her interpreter, Alan Enwiya, was an important event. Her ordeal demonstrated that the Islamic world has friends in the West—people like Jill Carroll, people who went out to try and understand who they are, in the wake of 9/11. Appeals from Read More
I was checking out the Christian Science Monitor’s remarkable series of intimate photographs of Jill Carroll’s reunion with her parents, hugging her father, falling over in her mother’s lap, when I felt the tears falling on my keyboard. http://www.csmonitor.com/slideshows/2006/homecoming2/index.html
Why so stirring? Well, you wouldn’t know it from the mainstream media, but Read More
Amid all the joy over Jill Carroll’s release, it’s pretty inspiring that her father immediately called attention to the other kidnap victims still unaccounted for and that the Christian Science Monitor has set up a fund for the family of Carroll’s murdered translator, Alan Enwiya. http://www.csmonitor.com/2006/0331/p10s04-woiq.html Read More