Jody Jenkins
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I am a freelance journalist and filmmaker currently at work on a documentary about a group of Quakers who left the US in 1950 bound for Costa Rica in protest of US militarism. I am a former Scripps Fellow at the University of Colorado, Boulder, a former editor at France 24, a CNN-style news network based in Paris, and producer/writer/reporter of American Jihadist, an award-winning documentary on an American Muslim who fought for Islam. I have also been a long-time print journalist for numberous newspapers and magazines.
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Sweet Home Costa Rica: How Far Would You Go For Peace?

Posted on 8th mo. 5, 2016 at 3:06pm 0 Comments

by Jody Jenkins



How far would you go for your beliefs?



It’s a question more pertinent than ever in today’s globalized world brimming with moral issues easily accessible with the swipe of a fingertip on any smartphone. In a virtual age where tapping a “donate” button equates to activism, how do we decide which causes are really worth risking everything for?

That’s the underlying challenge of …

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