Bria Felicien is a full-time member of the media, who has a healthy love for journalism. She's studying diversity in journalism in the year between NABJ conferences.
#blbpodcast minisode: I needed to see what I could become30/04/2017 Duración: 02min
If you didn’t think diversity in journalism was important, I’ve got a fun little story for you. I haven’t done any deep dives on any numbers – this is more of a personal take.
#blbpodcast ft. Dr. Lori Martin, on providing context and telling the whole story30/04/2017 Duración: 31min
For this episode, I spoke with Dr. Lori Latrice Martin, someone journalists usually cite for stories. We discussed telling the whole story when reporting on topics that involve race and society, even if you're living in a new city.
Why historian Louis Moore researches black newspapers #blbpodcast30/04/2017 Duración: 30min
I spoke with Louis Moore, a history professor based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, about why he researches black newspapers, Reading!, and how he uses Twitter as a historian.
Working in hyperlocal news and finding your niche as a freelancer ft. Donnell Suggs #blbpodcast30/04/2017 Duración: 28min
I spoke with Donnell Suggs, sports Editor at the Houston Home Journal in Georgia about working in hyperlocal news, print media, becoming a staple in a new, small community and tips on how to start freelancing.
Shauna Stuart on building a platform for Southern girls #blbpodcast30/04/2017 Duración: 14min
I spoke with Shauna Stuart, who began working on the Southern Girls Project in June 2016. The project lets "girls tell us what it's like to be a Southern girl in 2016," says the Facebook group's description.
What to expect from upcoming #blbpodcast episodes30/04/2017 Duración: 01min
Look for a new batch of Bylines, Ledes & Biases episodes coming soon. I've got conversations coming with Shauna Stuart, Donnell Suggs, Lori Martin and Louis Moore.
Upstate SC resident writes 'Brown Boy' book to encourage tough conversations26/02/2017 Duración: 04min
Daphnie Glenn is an Upstate SC native and resident who recently self-published Brown Boy, "an illustrated story for children of color that helps start tough conversations surrounding social issues." To pick up your copy visit brownboybook.com or @brownboybook on Instagram. Here’s a snippet from our conversation, where she discussed why she decided to write and self-publish the book and her plans for the future.
Meet Michelle Black: The woman using beauty to transform her community02/02/2017 Duración: 08min
Michelle Black, owner and operator of the Upstate South Carolina-based Social Butterfly Boutique, is using her love for beauty and fashion to benefit her community.
HBCU sports coverage in the digital age06/10/2016 Duración: 43min
I talked with Steven Gaither of HBCU Gameday about covering HBCU sports – and everything that comes with it – in this digital age. There's the game, but then there's also the band, the fans... and the culture. We also dipped into innovating, possibly growing a network and also history. Who doesn't love history? Tweet as you listen using #blbpodcast The music is courtesy of http://www.bensound.com/