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1001words.org: Courage

1001words.org: Courage This multimedia website, a project by journalism students, centers its feature articles around the theme of courage. Click on each of the five boxes to see the stories the students wrote, photographed, and produced. Requires Flash MX. San Francisco University
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1001words.org: Courage


This multimedia website, a project by journalism students, centers its feature articles around the theme of courage. Click on each of the five boxes to see the stories the students wrote, photographed, and produced. Requires Flash MX.

San Francisco University

• Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• High School

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