Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Re Tamara Cherry

-3Tamara Cherry has been getting good ink this week thanks to her award winning Toronto Sun features on human trafficking in the city.

Even in the Toronto Star, where she worked as a newsroom intern for 16 months, from May of 2006 to September of 2007.

The 25-year-old police reporter, awarded Walk With Me's Glendene and Jesse Award in the media category, first wrote about human trafficking in January 2008.

"I feel very humbled to be recognized among the other award winners, many of whom have dedicated their lives to combating this issue," Cherry says in the Star story.

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