Join this week’s JAWS webinar – 7 p.m. ET, Thursday, March 24 – as we talk to Molly O’Toole, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter based in Washington, D.C., currently working on her book, “The Route,” a narrative of the new migrant underground, a deadly gauntlet for refugees from around the world that stretches from Brazil to the U.S.-Mexico border. The book is to be published by Crown, a division of Random House.
O’Toole is an immigration and security reporter for The Los Angeles Times, and recently was the Distinguished Visiting Journalist at Cornell University. She has covered migration and security from Mexico, Central America, West Africa, the Middle East, the Gulf and South Asia for the Times, Foreign Policy, Washington Post, Atlantic, New Republic, Newsweek, Associated Press, Reuters and others.
She was awarded the first Pulitzer Prize in audio reporting in 2020 with “This American Life” and Emily Green of Vice for the “Out Crowd,” investigating the personal impact of the Trump administration’s “Remain in Mexico” policy on asylum officers and asylum seekers. She is a graduate of Cornell University and New York University, but will always be a Californian.
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