Jaweed Kaleem is The Huffington Post's Senior Religion Reporter. He also writes about death, dying, grief and the end of life. His reporting has earned awards from New York Press Club, The American Academy of Religion, the Religion Newswriters Association, and the Religion Communicators Council. In 2014, the Society for Features Journalism and the New York Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists honored Jaweed for his reporting on death and American funeral traditions.
Prior to his work at The Huffington Post, Jaweed was a religion and general assignment reporter for The Miami Herald. As a Herald reporter, he was part of a breaking news team that was a Pulitzer Prize finalist for its coverage of the Haiti earthquake.
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Read Kaleem’s article (winner of a Wilbur Award) about non-Muslims in Pakistan.