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Laura Morris · January, 2014

Rising Voices editor, radio features producer, photographer. Interests include storytelling, the politics behind photography, and terrariums. Originally from New York, she is currently based in Paris, France. Tweets @zigzagrailroad and on soundcloud as “midden productions”

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Latest posts by Laura Morris from January, 2014

Life in an Indigenous Paraguay Community

The Aché Djawu / Palabra Aché project uses photography to document daily life and new citizen media projects from an indigenous community in Paraguay.

Connect Uganda, a Rural Library Project for Local Farmers

In rural Uganda, local libraries have installed solar panels to power tablets for internet access, allowing farmers to learn about new crops, farming methods, and changing market prices for their...

20 Years of Post-Soviet Reconstruction: Libraries in Kazakhstan

With the fall of the Soviet Union, many of its formerly dependent states gained independence but also experienced a drop in living standards - including the closing of many public...

“News from the Source”: Rising Voices republication on Oximity

Rising Voices has joined Global Voices' partnership with the new news website Oximity, where they: collect news directly from the source, facilitate curation by readers, and distribute news content across...

The Amp #4: Dec 20 – Jan 10

Happy 2014! Kick off your new year with some new opportunities and ideas...

It's “Nerve-racking”! Getting our Storytellers Offline (and Back On Again)

Transom is an online resource for storytellers, mostly audio-based but delving into the world of visual digital media as well. They recent put on a six-week online workshop - based...

Bloggies Award Open for Nominations

The 2014 Weblog awards are open for submission!