Sports and Local-Global Connections

Writing about international connections does not mean getting a passport and spending loads of money visiting another country. A lot can be done right at home. (And this has to be good news to cash-strapped local news’ desks.)

A recent post at Journalism, Journalists and the World discusses how a soccer match between the US national men’s team and the Peruvian national team could have been a good excuse to look at the Peruvian community in the Washington, DC area.

Using Sports To Make A Global Connection

 

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