AECOM and Paul Goldberger tapped to help realize the Fallen Journalists Memorial

The Washington, D.C.-based Fallen Journalists Memorial (FJM) Foundation has announced it will work with engineering giant AECOM and Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic Paul Goldberger to select a site and designer for a planned memorial in the nation’s capital that will pay tribute to the reporters, photojournalists, editors, producers, and others across the world who lost their lives on the job.

In early December of last year, Congress passed the bipartisan Fallen Journalists Memorial Act authorizing the creation of a memorial to be built on federal land within the capital. The bill, which stipulates no federal funds will be used to pay for the future memorial, first cleared the House

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