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By ROBERT VILLANUEVA firstname.lastname@example.org RADCLIFF — Dana Canedy recalls putting her hands on her computer monitor screen praying for guidance that she would write what she was meant to write. “God, you gave me this talent; let me use it for your good,” she would pray. A New York Times journalist for 12 years, Canedy wrote stories about terrorism, missing girls and politics. In 2001 she won a Pulitzer Prize as part of a team that wrote about race relations in the United States.
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