Investigative Journalism and Civil Rights
Investigative journalist Jerry Mitchell talked about his 30-year career with the Jackson, Mississippi Clarion-Ledger. The MacArthur “genius” grant winner… read more
Investigative journalist Jerry Mitchell talked about his 30-year career with the Jackson, Mississippi Clarion-Ledger. The MacArthur “genius” grant winner described how he helped put in jail four Klansmen responsible for several notorious assassinations and bombings in the 1960s. American University’s Investigative Reporting Workshop, Black Alumni Alliance and School of Communications co-hosted this event. close
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Gordon-Andrew Fletcher Chair American University->Black Alumni Alliance
Charles Lewis Professor American University->School of Communication
Jerry W. Mitchell Correspondent (Former) Clarion-Ledger (Jackson, MS)
Sherri Williams Assistant Professor American University->Communications
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1969 Stonewall Riots
The New School history Professor Claire Potter talked about the 1969 Stonewall Riots and rise of the gay rights…
Investigative reporter Seymour Hersh talked about his life in journalism.
Armstrong Williams on Journalism and "Fake News"
Armstrong Williams talked about journalism today and trust in the news media.
The White House Easter Egg Roll
American History TV interviewed landscape historian Jonathan Pliska about his book, The White House Easter Egg Roll: A…