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Dedicated to victims of the Paris attacks


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The Mosaic of Change, a collection of photos and videos from around the world, lit up the facades of UNESCO’s Paris headquarters on Nov. 16, the 70th anniversary of the United Nations agency. The multi-sensory projection show launched at UNESCO’s Paris headquarters just three days after the Islamic State terrorist attacks that killed 130 people. In

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Eusebio and I


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While I was a correspondent in Havana, I worked out of a beautiful building called the Lonja de Comercio. It was in Old Havana, a neighborhood that was in constant renovation. A famed Cuban historian named Eusebio Leal headed the restoration efforts. I had seen him and shook his hand a few times. I had

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Journalism, Portfolio

No more ink-stained fingers


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When I went hunting for my first newspaper job, I carried a dark brown leather portfolio. A meager selection of my stories and photos were inside. In those early days, I saved every story I wrote, evidence I really was a full-time staff writer, paid to do something I loved. And if a story was good enough, I cut it

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About Me


Tracey Eaton is an award-winning writer, producer and multimedia journalist. He has worked throughout Latin America and is a former Fulbright scholar in Ecuador. Eaton headed Dallas Morning News bureaus in Mexico and Cuba from 1994 to 2005. He investigated corruption and organized crime in Mexico and along the U.S.-Mexico border, and covered the fighting in

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