Author: Vinicius Neder
2016 WPI FellowBusiness and economic reporter, O Estado de S.Paulo
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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How to Cover the World’s Biggest Political Event
by Vinicius Neder | Sep 19, 2016 | UncategorizedIn about ten days, the most broadcasted political event on earth will take place in Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY, on Monday, September 26th. That is when Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party’s candidate, and Donald Trump, the G.O.P.’s candidate, will face each...
9/11 in New York, 15 Years Later
by Vinicius Neder | Sep 14, 2016 | UncategorizedJust like that, it has been 15 years since two airplanes were used as missiles by terrorists to hit the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, in the heart of New York. Last Sunday, September 11th, was a day of grief and remembering in New York. Last week, the Pew...
Racial Tensions and the Presidential Race
by Vinicius Neder | Sep 6, 2016 | UncategorizedRacial tensions are a focal issue of this year’s Presidential campaign in the U.S. Donald J. Trump, G.O.P.’s candidate, is trying to gain more votes among African-American voters, who usually vote for the Democratic Party. At the same time, police violence...
In Minnesota, Donald Trump May Sound Like Jesse Ventura
by Vinicius Neder | Sep 4, 2016 | UncategorizedMinnesota has had its own Donald Trump-style candidate. Jesse Ventura, a Vietnam veteran, former wrestler, former radio talk show host and former actor, was elected governor in the 1998. Like Trump, Ventura was a non-traditional candidate, more an entertainment figure...
Recent blog posts
We asked different groups in Minneapolis what changed in their town after George Floyd's murder?
Not much, was their reply.
In @finnowl's first #WPIFellowship blog post, he wonders if the defamation case against Fox News by Dominion Voting Systems will drag down other media, too. Minnesota academics and journalists weigh in:
Check out my latest @GlobalMinnesota podcast episode w/ @Fawzeyah & @SaqibTanveer of this year's @worldpressinst International Fellows! Hear about the challenges of conducting journalism and speaking truth to power in Nigeria and Pakistan.