11-year-old girl's dream to become a journalist gets the support of the Washington Post

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Children really do have a way of reminding us all—even in the bleakest of times—that there are good things in the world. 

This 11-year-old girl’s silent efforts to prepare for a future career in journalism are so impressive, The Washington Post invited her to spend a day with them. 

Liam Stack—a reporter at the New York Times—tweeted that he’d found out his cousin’s 11-year-old daughter had secretly downloaded The Washington Post app two years ago, and had been a “loyal reader” since then. 

Today I learned that my cousin’s 11 year old daughter somehow downloaded The Washington Post app — without my cousin’s knowledge — at the age of 9 and has been a loyal reader for the last two years.

— Liam Stack (@liamstack) January 11, 2018 Read more…

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11-year-old girl's dream to become a journalist gets the support of the Washington Post