Together with Joshua S. Fouts, Senior Fellow Rita J. King is responsible for the "Understanding Islam Through Virtual Worlds" project at the Carnegie Council. She is CEO and creative director of Dancing Ink Productions.
Rita J. King decided to become a journalist on September 5, 1999 when she first saw Dan Eldon's book The Journey is the Destination.
Since then, her photographs, essays, and articles have appeared in diverse publications. In 2003, she was the recipient of a first place award from the New York Press Association for investigative reporting on the nuclear industry, specifically on Indian Point nuclear power plant in Westchester County, New York, and in 2005 she received the same award for her coverage of nine American soldiers who returned from Iraq to sue the United States government because they believe they were knowingly exposed to depleted uranium while serving.
Rita King of Dancing Ink on citizen journalism and the empowerment that comes from blogging and virtual worlds.
Rita King of Dancing Ink explains how mutual understanding can be advanced in virtual worlds.
Other Related Resources
- Understanding Islam through Virtual Worlds (2008-2009)
- Digital Diplomacy: Understanding Islam through Virtual Worlds
Last Updated: Nov 30, 2010