Journalism’s Ephemeral Reckoning with Racism: Lessons from Minneapolis
267 19th Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Assistant Professor Danielle K. Brown (UMN Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication) will present "Journalism’s Ephemeral Reckoning with Racism: Lessons from Minneapolis."
All attendees must register by April 20, 2023.
About the Speaker
Danielle K. Brown is the John & Elizabeth Bates Cowles Professor of Journalism, Diversity and Equality in the Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. She is an award-winning, political communication researcher investigating the intersection of news media, underserved and historically excluded communities, and social justice efforts. Danielle has published dozens of articles in top-tier journals in mass communication, sociology, and political science, and her work also appears in popular media outlets like Salon, Yahoo News, and The Conversation. In 2022, she received the International Communication Association's Journalism Studies Public Engagement Award and in 2020, she received the Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver Outstanding Junior Scholar Award. She also received prestigious recognition from Mass Communication and Society Division of AEJMC for her dissertation and was named an emerging scholar for AEJMC in 2018.
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