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Angelo B. Henderson Speaker Series - Speaker view
Diane
41:38
Congratulations!!!
Scoobie Ryan
41:49
Congratulations Tessa!!
Tracie Hutchison
41:57
https://ci.uky.edu/ci/scholarships
Kyra Hunting
42:05
Congratulations Tessa!
Tessa McLamb
42:32
Thank you all!!
Kakie Urch (she/her)
42:36
Tessa! Outstanding!!!!!
Tracie Hutchison
42:49
https://uky.networkforgood.com/causes/13937-angelo-henderson-endowed-scholarship-and-lecture-series-fund
Deborah Chung
42:57
Congratulations, Tessa!
Kakie Urch (she/her)
43:15
Thank you, Wesley!
Kim’s iPhone
43:30
Congratulations Tessa and God Bless You on your award!!
Jennifer Smith
43:32
So awesome. Thank you, Wesley.
Vickie Thomas
43:45
Excellent job Tessa & congratulations!!
Chris Larmour
49:33
https://uky.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1IjtME2my5N0742
Chris Larmour
51:43
Pets are always welcome!
Denise Carl
56:13
loved working with Felecia on this, super excited to see it come to fruition
Jennifer Greer
57:23
So glad you are here, Denise! Felecia shouted you out. Thank you for helping this get started.
Tessa McLamb
58:04
Thank you, Denise!
Denise Carl
58:14
this was as soon as I could hop on
Diane
59:34
Denise!!! Good to “see” you — yes, you were called out.
Denise Carl
01:00:10
I'm a mess, so be glad you can't "see" me LOL
Diane
01:00:32
Same here.
Erika Engstrom
01:22:25
If you have a question for Wesley, please put it in the chat.
Jennifer Greer
01:25:25
It’s amazing to me that the data just didn’t exist before you all did this important work. We don’t know what’s going on without the data. Thank you for helping telling this story in a systematic way. One question I have is that this work started in earnest in 2014/2015, but very little changed by way of policy at that time. But 2020 feels different to me, and I can’t put my finger on it. What’s different now in telling this story? Will reach change come now?
Jennifer Greer
01:25:48
Will real change (in terms of policy) come?
Haley Blackburn
01:27:53
What is one interview you’ve done that has stuck with you or made an impact on you? Also, love the quote about there are only people who are unheard, not voiceless! Thank you again!
Vickie Thomas
01:28:04
How has your work in this area changed you personally and professionally?
Monica Harkins
01:30:43
Covering stories of police shootings and death can be a lot to handle as a person..any recommendations for mental health balance for young journalists?
Kakie Urch (she/her)
01:30:55
What is your assessment of the Breonna Taylor killing and its coverage? (She was a University of Kentucky student early in her studies). What about the DOJ with now perhaps the power to use the consent decree again now that Jeff Sessions’ guidance has been reversed.
Elysee Sadia
01:31:00
Question: We always discuss the importance of uncovering the truth. As a journalist but more importantly a human-being, how do you collect yourself and real in your emotions to be able to produce unbias work, especially with such a touchy subject.Question: We always discuss the importance of uncovering the truth. As a journalist, but more importantly a human-being, how do you collect yourself and reel in your emotions to be able to produce unbiased work, especially with such a touchy subject that hits so close to home?As a black journalist, have you experienced prejudice, and do you feel like your work is separated from who you are as a person? I understand that you definitely want your work to highlight the best parts of you, but have you ever encountered any situation that made you want to separate your career from your person? If so, how do you deal with this?
Denise Carl
01:32:16
have you investigated the Breanna Taylor case at all...is this case typical of police criminality, it seems criminal
Isaac Calvert
01:37:35
In your interview with Trevor Noah, you mentioned you and some other reporters were arrested in Ferguson. What was going through your mind when this happened? Also, what were you technically arrested for? Thank you!
Grant Wheeler
01:37:44
It seems to me that everyone critiques the system - and rightfully so. What are some ways journalists can keep politicians and the system itself accountable in a modern age with a seemingly endless flood of information. I guess that would bridge into another good question. How do we filter through this absurd amount of information to differentiate what is important and what isn’t?
Jennifer Greer
01:51:45
And a bathroom. :)
Kakie Urch (she/her)
02:02:03
And THAT is intersectionality.
Wesley Lowery
02:02:43
Thank you all for having me - I’m at wes.j.lowery@gmail.com and @WesleyLowery on all of the social media platforms
Diane
02:02:57
Thank you so much and thanks for your passion.
Mariah Kendell
02:03:03
Thank you so much!
Deja Brooks
02:03:13
Thank you so much!
Debra Adams Simmons
02:03:15
You were fantastic, Wesley!
Ellie Kinnicutt
02:03:18
thank you!!
Jennifer Greer
02:03:26
https://uky.networkforgood.com/causes/13937-angelo-henderson-endowed-scholarship-and-lecture-series-fund
Haley Blackburn
02:03:30
Thank you for this amazing conversation!
Elysee Sadia
02:03:33
Thank you! It was wonderful to learn about all your experiences!
Deborah Chung
02:03:34
Thank you so much! This was fantastic!
Isaac Calvert
02:03:36
Thank you, everyone!
Vickie Thomas
02:03:36
Excellent Felecia!
Denise Carl
02:03:36
excellent presentation!
Kakie Urch (she/her)
02:03:37
Wonderful!!!!
Scoobie Ryan
02:03:50
Thanks
Felecia Henderson-Maynard Institute
02:03:56
Thank you everyone for attending!!!