Daryl Khan


Daryl Khan is an investigative reporter who began his career in New York City covering criminal justice and the war on terror as a reporter for the Boston Globe, The New York Times, and New York Newsday. He ran the NY Bureau of Juvenile Justice Information Exchange for a decade and produced and directed two feature-length documentaries. The Battle of Marianna examines a notorious reform school in Florida’s panhandle; The Free State of Tallahatchie explores the legacy of the Emmett Till killing in the Mississippi Delta.

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