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A panel conversation around the ways news media covers drug addiction in and outside of the Black community, and how that coverage is evolving.

Pendarvis Harshaw (MJ ’14): KQED Arts columnist and 2018 USC Center for Health Reporting Fellow.

Rochelle Riley: Detroit Free Press columnist and author of “The Burden: African Americans and the Enduring Impact of Slavery.”

Donald “DC” Barlow: Senior peer specialist, Mental Health Intensive Case Management, US Department of Veterans Affairs, and a Marine Corps Veteran.

Moderated by Christin Ayers (MJ ’04): Reporter at KPIX-5 and lecturer at UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.

Rochelle Riley will have copies of her book to purchase and sign during the reception.

The event is presented by the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) at UC Berkeley and the Bay Area Black Journalists Association (BABJA).

Photo: Angelica Ekeke (’20)

 

 

SPONSORED BY

National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) at UC Berkeley and the Bay Area Black Journalists Association (BABJA)

LOCATION

Logan Multimedia Center

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TICKET INFO

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

No tickets required

CONTACT INFO

Julie Hirano
juliehirano@berkeley.edu