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Local black journalists will talk about their experiences covering racially polarizing topics including, officer-involved shootings, offensive marches, and violent rallies on our campus and throughout the Bay Area.

Panelists include:
Otis Taylor, SF Chronicle
Marcus Thompson, The Athletic
Dawn Porter, Trilogy Films
Millie Jefferson, Audible, NPR

This event will be open to students of all disciplines. It’s geared to prepare us for dealing with race in professional settings, and give insight into the role of black journalists in today’s media landscape.

Refreshments will be served from 5:30-6:00 p.m.

 

 

SPONSORED BY

NABJ - UC Berkeley

LOCATION

North Gate Hall Library

Get directions to North Gate Hall Library

TICKET INFO

This is a FREE event.
Tax-deductible donations from the J-School community help make this possible.

Tickets required

RSVP recommended: http://bit.ly/2jb0tTg

CONTACT INFO

Alexandria Fuller
fuller_alexandria@berkeley.edu