Journalists Address Africa Reporting At Columbia Panel

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Journalists Address Africa Reporting On Columbia Panel Columbia University Association of Black Journalists present "Reporting In Africa: An Open and Frank Discussion about Reporting from the Continent."

Tuesday, March 31st at 5pm in the Stabile Student Center at Columbia University. The Panelists are:

Milton Allimadi: Founder, publisher and Editor-In-Chief, The Black Star News; former stringer, The New York Times and The City Sun, Author The Hearts of Darkness, Columbia J-school Grad, ’92.

Frankie Edozien: NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute’s Ghana ‘Reporting Africa’ program; co-founder, The African Magazine; 2008 Kaiser Foundation Fellow; former reporter, New York Post.

Allan Dodds Frank: President, Overseas Press Club of America; contributor, the Daily Beast; former investigative and legal correspondent, Bloomberg Television! ; former Business Investigative Correspondent, CNN’s "Moneyline with Lou Dobbs"; former Business Investigative Correspondent, ABC News; former Senior Editor, Forbes, Columbia J-school Grad.

Arlene Getz: Senior Editor, Newsweek Worldwide Special Editions; former Deputy Editor & Foreign Editor; former foreign correspondent, Gemini News Service, St. Petersburg Times; the Sydney Morning Herald of Australia; first vice-president, Overseas Press Club.

Howard French: professor, Columbia University, freelance reporter, the Washington Post; former Metropolitan reporter, the New York Times; former bureau chief of Central America and the Caribbean, West Africa, Japan, the Koreas and China for the New York Times; former columnist, the International Herald Tribune, author, A Continent for the Taking: The Tragedy and Hope of Africa.


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