Raza Ahmad Rumi, Director of the Park Center for Independent Media and a courageous Pakistani journalist, interviews investigative journalist and filmmaker Greg Palast.
The pair met up in Ithaca, NY earlier this year, when Palast was invited by Rumi to deliver a Master Class at Ithaca College and screen his new film, Vigilante: Georgia’s Vote Suppression Hitman, at the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, which is sponsored by the Park Center for Independent Media.
In this conversation, the duo talk about why Palast transitioned from a lucrative career as an economist and investigator into investigative journalism, and discuss Palast’s new film and the journalistic techniques used to get to the inconvenient truths it exposes.
Watch Palast interviewing Rumi here.
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