Liliana Segura is an American independent investigative journalist currently covering the U.S. criminal justice system. She has a longtime focus on harsh sentencing, the death penalty, as well as wrongful convictions.
Previously, Segura served as an associate editor and contributor to the Nation. while there, She earned a 2014 Media for a Just Society Award due to her writing on prison profiteering.
As a senior editor at The Intercept, her nice work earned her the Texas Gavel Award and also the Innocence Network Journalism Award. In 2019, Segura was honored in the Abolitionist category of the Frederick Douglass 200. The recognition was given to her by the Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives in collaboration with the Antiracist Research and Policy Center at American University. In the same year, Liliana won both the “Texas Gavel Award” and “Innocence Network Journalism Award”.
Liliana Segura Age
Liliana Segura was born on December 31 in the United States of America. She celebrates her birthday on December 31 every year.
Liliana Segura Height
Segura is a woman of average stature and stands at a height of 5 ft 5 inches ( Approx 1.65m).
Liliana Segura Family
Lilliana was born in the United States of America to a loving father and mother. She grew up along with her pretty sister called Anamaria who walked down the aisle in February 2o1o with her college sweetheart called Phil. Liliana has a nephew called Emilio Segura-Tisne. He was born weighing 6 lbs 12 oz on October 6, 2017.
Liliana Segura Husband
She is married to her caring and loving husband called Radley Balko. He was born on April 19, 1975, and is an American journalist, author, blogger, and speaker. Radley writes about the drug war, criminal justice, as well as civil liberties for The Washington Post. Also, Radley has authored several books, including The Rise of the Warrior Cop and The Cadaver King and the Country Dentist.
Liliana Segura Salary
Liliana receives an annual salary of $70,352 per year.
Liliana Segura Net Worth
Segura has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars.
Liliana Segura Career
She has a longtime focus on harsh sentencing, the death penalty, as well as wrongful convictions. Previously, Segura served as an associate editor and contributor to the Nation. while there, She earned a 2014 Media for a Just Society Award due to her writing on prison profiteering.
Apart from that, Liliana appeared on national and international news channels such as NPR, Democracy Now, CNN International, and MSNBC, among other outlets. Her writing appeared in the Washington Post and also in the Colorlines. Those writings also appeared in outlets such as prison magazines and the anthologies The Best American Legal Writing and Against Equality: Prisons Will Not Protect You.
Liliana currently writes for magazines and daily newspapers such as “The Intercept”. Previously, Segura served at “The Nation” as an associate editor. An American activist who turned to be a journalist, She wrote articles on wars and prisons in Iraq and Afghanistan. Her article “Justifiable Homicides Are On The Rise: Have Self-Defense Laws Gone Too Far?” gave her a huge rise in the journalism scene after it was published as The Best Legal Writing in 2009.
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