State of Democracy Politics and Policy Reporter Natasha Haverty is an award-winning public media journalist whose work has appeared on NPR’s Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and on PRX. Before coming to NHPR she worked at North Country Public Radio. She co-produced The Prison Time Media Project, a national series exploring the legacy of mass incarceration on the anniversary of the Rockefeller Drug Laws. Her investigative reporting has won recognition from the Society of Professional Journalists, PRNDI, Murrow, and the AP.
Tasha got her start at The Moth, where got to help launch the Peabody Award-winning Moth Radio Hour.
- After Half A Century, Inmates Resurrect The Norfolk Prison Debating Society
- Video Calls Replace In-Person Visits In Some Jails
- In Face Of Immigration Rhetoric, Latinos Grapple With Having A Voice
- Amid Backlash Against Isolating Inmates, New Mexico Moves Toward Change
- Report: Despite Bans, Pregnant Prisoners Still Shackled During Birth
- Between A Town And Its Bears, A Star-Crossed Relationship
- The Howl Of The Eastern Timber Wolf