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MAR DE DUDAS

“La gente no sabe amar. Muerde en vez de besar. Abofetea en lugar de acariciar”.

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”The New York Times”, Last minute communication. For World Press freedom day.

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Dear Reader,

I ‘am the international editor of The New York Times, writing to you from our Manhattan newsroom, one of three — the others are in London and Hong Kong — we operate to make sure we can cover the world for you in real time. I want to thank you for reading The Times during our special unlimited access for World Press Freedom Day.

As I wrote in this essay, World Press Freedom Day is a United Nations invention that feels more urgent today than ever before. Freedom of the press is the cornerstone of democracy, but our correspondents and colleagues from other independent news organizations face increasing hurdles and threats as they do their work around the world.

We take very seriously our responsibility to bear personal witness and hold the powerful to account. That’s exactly what our intrepid and brave journalists have been doing in recent weeks in Sri Lanka, where a divided government failed to act on warnings ahead of the horrific attacks on churches and hotels that killed more than 250; in France, to understand the cause and response to the tragic fire at Notre Dame; and in Ethiopia and around the world to trace the responsibility for the devastating crashes of the Boeing Max 8.

We have hundreds of journalists around the globe, and getting them where they need to be — that is, where the news is breaking — costs money. We are committed to doing what it takes, but to support our journalism, and a free press, I hope you will consider becoming a subscriber. If you want to do even more, you can help introduce New York Times journalism to a new generation by providing access to public school studentsthrough our subscription sponsorship program.

Thank you for supporting journalism, and democracy. And thank you for readingDear Reader,
I’m the international editor of The New York Times, writing to you from our Manhattan newsroom, one of three — the others are in London and Hong Kong — we operate to make sure we can cover the world for you in real time. I want to thank you for reading The Times during our special unlimited access for World Press Freedom Day.
As I wrote in this essay, World Press Freedom Day is a United Nations invention that feels more urgent today than ever before. Freedom of the press is the cornerstone of democracy, but our correspondents and colleagues from other independent news organizations face increasing hurdles and threats as they do their work around the world.
We take very seriously our responsibility to bear personal witness and hold the powerful to account. That’s exactly what our intrepid and brave journalists have been doing in recent weeks in Sri Lanka, where a divided government failed to act on warnings ahead of the horrific attacks on churches and hotels that killed more than 250; in France, to understand the cause and response to the tragic fire at Notre Dame; and in Ethiopia and around the world to trace the responsibility for the devastating crashes of the Boeing Max 8.
We have hundreds of journalists around the globe, and getting them where they need to be — that is, where the news is breaking — costs money. We are committed to doing what it takes, but to support our journalism, and a free press, I hope you will consider becoming a subscriber. If you want to do even more, you can help introduce New York Times journalism to a new generation by providing access to public school studentsthrough our subscription sponsorship program.
Thank you for supporting journalism, and democracy. And thank you for reading

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