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David ZucchinoDavid Zucchino

A foreign correspondent for the Los Angeles Times, David Zucchino has reported recently from Libya, Afghanistan, and Iraq He won a Pulitzer Prize in 1989 for a series titled "Being Black in South Africa" and is a four-time Pulitzer finalist, most recently for his reporting from Iraq in 2003. His books include The Myth of the Welfare Queen (1997) and Thunder Run: The Armored Strike to Capture Baghdad (2004). He and his family are members of the Eno River UU Fellowship in Durham, North Carolina.


Finca Esperanza Verde: 'What ecotourism should be'
An organic coffee farm and ecotourism lodge founded by a Unitarian Universalist couple is a model for just and sustainable tourism.
By David Zucchino 8.15.11

Hut schools for India's child laborers
The UUA Holdeen India Program supports schools for child laborers.
By David Zucchino 7.1.01

Transforming the lives of India's 'broken people'
How the Unitarian Universalist Holdeen India Program helps India's outcastes.
By David Zucchino 7.1.01