Journalism grad with no schooling bags Guardian feature


A recent journalism graduate who didn’t go to school bagged a four-page feature in the Guardian’s G2 section.

Roxy Freeman, 29, wrote a first hand account of growing up travelling around ireland in a horse-drawn wagon. After gaining an Open University degree she did a 10-week sub-editing course at the Journalist Works in Brighton.

She gained a work placement at The Guardian under a scheme which supports aspiring journalists from ethnic minorities.

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