Indira Lakshmanan

Poynter Institute for Media Studies / Boston Globe

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Indira Lakshmanan is the Newmark Chair in Journalism Ethics for the Poynter Institute for Media Studies and a correspondent for the Boston Globe. She is a former contributor to Politico Magazine.

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