Files, photographs, and recordings pertaining to Bay Area journalist Reese Erlich's career reporting on local stories and
US foreign policy from the late 1960s through 2010s.
Reese Erlich (1947-2021) was an author and freelance journalist living and working in the Bay Area for much of his career.
Erlich graduated from UC Berkeley in 1970 with a BA in Political and Social Change. He worked as a staff writer and research
editor for Ramparts, an investigative reporting magazine published in San Francisco. In his later life, he worked as a full-time print and broadcast,
freelance reporter. He reported regularly for National Public Radio, ABC (Australia),and Radio Deutsche Welle; his articles
appeared in Vice News and Foreign Policy; and his television documentaries aired on PBS stations nationwide.In addition to his reporting work, Erlich taught journalism
courses at University of San Francisco, San Francisco State University, San Francisco Community College, and California State
University East Bay.
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