Media speaker Dina Temple-Raston is NPR’s go-to correspondent for issues related to national security and the FBI. Her reporting can be heard throughout the week on NPR’s many newsmagazines. Since joining NPR in 2007, she has become one of the most recognizable voices on the radio network. Reporting on everything from terrorism to the Muslim experience to racism, Temple-Raston comprehensively covers the issues that affect Americans on a daily basis.In addition to her role with NPR, Dina Temple-Raston is an award-winning author. A Death in Texas, an account of racism in America, was one of the Washington Post’s Best Books of 2002 and her history of the Rwandan genocide, Justice on the Grass, was a Foreign Affairs magazine best-seller. Most recently, she has published two books related to civil liberties and national security, In Defense of Our America and The Jihad Next Door.With her well-researched, thoughtful presentations, Dina Temple-Raston will enlighten your audience on the security issues of the 21st century. Because of her previous reporting experience for Bloomberg News, she is also knowledgeable on a vast array of current events, including financial and economic news, making her one of the most sought-after voices in journalism today.Contact a speaker booking agent to check availability on Dina Temple-Raston and other top speakers and celebrities.