Journalism Students Around the World Cover Poverty
A look at the 24-hour Pop-Up Newsroom #LivePoverty reporting project by California State University student Wendy Spence.
More than 100 journalism students covered poverty around the world for 24 hours on Nov. 16, 2013, starting at 9 a.m. in India.
As the India and Taiwan teams finished their day, the UK team began their reporting, and, as they finished, the US team started its coverage.
News Coverage About the Event
What's below? A screenshot of the RebelMouse live updating assemblage of coverage spanning 24 hours on Nov. 16, 2013, of income inequality related issues by journalism students from California California State University - Northridge, UK's Newcastle University, India's Asian College of Journalism and Taiwan's National Chung Cheng University. Visit the country pages on this site for additional coverage (India, Taiwan, UK and US) and search #livepoverty online for still more.