Clarissa Sosin is a multimedia journalist concentrating on justice, and civil and human rights abuses. Her current work focuses on policing and the criminal justice system in New York City and beyond. She’s worked in five countries outside of the U.S. and most recently returned from Liberia where she spent two months covering elections, healthcare and illegal mining. Clarissa attended the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. Prior to attending CUNY she worked for Film at 11 Media on their independent feature length documentary film about the first trial to prosecute rape as a war crime, The Uncondemned.