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Frederick Reese

Minneapolis. MN
Staff Writer, Economic and Political Reporter — Freelance, Mint Press News
Covers:  social issues, policy, social justice, religion, politics, breaking news, environmental issues, urban affairs

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Frederick Reese is a Mint Press staff writer. A long-time journalist and creative writer, Frederick started his journalistic career writing for his university’s newspaper, the Colgate Maroon-News, before starting and heading his own magazine, the Idealist. Since then, Frederick has written about ...

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Nov 20, 2017

@ACT Again, I am thankful for your prompt and considerate attention to this matter, @ACT. You have my appreciation.

Nov 20, 2017

This @FedEx situation -- where I had to wait four days, make four calls, and endure a bureaucratic nightmare to figure out why an overnight package has yet to be delivered since being mailed Thursday -- has convinced me that we have a customer service problem in this country.

Nov 19, 2017

@ACT Let me confirm: To @ACT, I'm not asking for an extension for the test registration, but to request special accommodations for the December test. Will you be able to accept a late application?

Nov 19, 2017

@ACT I am thankful for your attention to this matter.

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How is social media changing news?

Social media is democratizing the news. Anyone can now post news, which means the need for professional integrity has never been higher.

How do you prefer to be pitched on stories?

I prefer to pitch. I enjoy writing stories about the subject matters I care passionately about, but I love hearing suggestions from readers.

What tools and software do you use to do your job?

I use Google Drive and Microsoft Office. Tool-wise, I rely heavily on internet-research and I am starting to use Twitter more often.