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Katie Manning

Katie Manning works as a multimedia journalist in Santiago, Chile, for Mi Voz, which publishes 14 regional, online newspapers across Chile focusing on citizen journalism.

Mi Voz's online papers include:
www.mivoz.cl
www.elmorrocotudo.cl
www.elboyaldia.cl
www.elnortero.cl
www.elquehaydecierto.cl
www.elrepuertero.cl
www.elvacanudo.cl
www.elconcecuente.cl
www.elnaveghable.cl
www.laopinon.cl
www.elrancahuaso.cl
www.elparadiario14.cl
www.elmartutino.cl
www.elobservatodo.cl

She earned her master's degree in journalism from Georgetown University and her B.A. in history from the University of Virginia. Her work has been published in the Washington Post and on CNN news. She loves riding horses and discovering new places.

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Latest posts by Katie Manning

12 June 2013

Chile's First Transgender Congressional Candidate Steps Down

Valentina Verbal campaigned to make history as Chile’s first transgendered congresswoman. Had she won, Chile’s LGBT community would have representation in the national Congress before most other countries around the...

28 February 2013

Latin America Turns to iPhone App to Take Hammerhead Sharks Off the Chopping Block

Countries across Latin America are on a mission to get hammerheads onto the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (Cites) list for protection. They’re...

21 November 2011

Chile: Citizens Fight to Save Valparaiso's Emblematic Elevators

Valparaíso’s 130-year-old elevators are teetering on the brink of extinction and locals are taking to the streets and social media to fight for them. The World Monuments Fund has named...

20 October 2011

Chile: Transsexuals Demand a Place in Postponed Anti-Discrimination Law

An anti-discrimination law is up for vote in Chile. It would ban any prejudice based on race, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, and more. Although it offers new protection to...

13 October 2011

Chile: Calls for Government Action One Year Since Rescue of ‘the 33′

Chileans today remembered the incredible rescue one year ago of 33 miners trapped underground for 69 days. Twitter users are calling upon the government to reignite the spirit of that...

23 August 2011

Chile: Expats Unfazed as U.S. Embassy in Santiago Issues “Emergency Message”

The United States Embassy in Santiago has emailed an “emergency message for U.S. citizens” registered in Chile to keep out of the frequent and increasingly violent protests, but foreigners in...

12 August 2011

Chile: Waste Pickers Rummage for Legal Recognition

Environmentalist Bharati Chaturvedi flew for 40 hours from her home Delhi, India, to dig deeper into a dirty issue: trash. As politicians in Chile discuss recycling on a national level,...

5 August 2011

Chile: Police and Students Clash in Unauthorized Education Protest

Hundreds of Chilean students, fighting to overhaul their education system, clashed with an intensified police force as they protested without permission on Thursday through the center of capital Santiago. The...

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