Paul Abowd is a journalist and filmmaker based in Washington, D.C. Before joining The Intercept as a video producer, he directed and shot documentaries for “Fault Lines” on Al Jazeera English. Before that, he covered campaign finance and dark money for the Center for Public Integrity and got his start as a reporter covering unions for Labor Notes magazine in Detroit. His films on the uprising in Baltimore and Wall Street’s role in the Puerto Rican debt crisis were nominated for Emmy Awards. He completed a graduate journalism fellowship at American University.
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