Spring 2020 Armstrong Lecture: Sonya Ross

Posted On February 18, 2020
Categories Event News, News

Canceled to be Rescheduled Later

March 25, 2020
Wednesday, 10 am – 3 pm
25 Park Place Conference Room 830

Join us as we learn from Sonya Ross, Georgia State alumni, managing partner and editor-in-chief of Black Women Unmuted, an independent media start-up, and 33 year veteran of The Associated Press, including former White House correspondent and Race & Ethnicity Editor. Among her many professional experiences include coverage of riots in Atlanta after the Rodney King verdict and being aboard Air Force One on September 11. Her work on specialty race & ethnicity coverage for the AP transformed the media’s approach to gathering news for and about people of color. She will speak on American Media History through the lens of black culture and have a Q&A when students can pick her brain on what she’s learned in the field.  Free Lunch Provided! To RSVP go to https://www.facebook.com/events/482269689328999

9:45 am
Registration

10 am
Welcome & Introduction of Sonya Ross

10:15 am – Noon
Presentation

Noon – 1 pm
Pizza Lunch

1 – 3 pm
Q&A Session

This event is made possible by the John William Armstrong, Jr. Endowment in Communication at Georgia State University.