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Thursday, July 27 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Race Relations in the U.S.: Our Place as AAPI Journalists

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Whether it's Black Lives Matter or the immigration ban, race and identity regularly have prominent display in the news these days. What role does an AAPI journalist play here? A panel on how we can use our personal experiences to elevate our reporting, and how we can come together and support each other as minority journalists.

Moderators
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Iris Kuo

Cofounder, LedBetter
Iris Kuo is a writer, journalist and the cofounder of LedBetter, a web app that shows the gender ratios of the leadership of over 2,000 brands. Iris has written about business, race and Asia for The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post and Inc. Iris is a former Columbia University... Read More →

Speakers
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Jeff Guo

Media Correspondent, Vox
Jeff Guo covers the media and politics for Vox. Before that, he was an economics reporter at The Washington Post, where his work combined reporting, graphics, and original data analysis. He holds S.B. degrees in math and economics from MIT.
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Tracy Jan

Reporter, The Washington Post
Tracy Jan covers the intersection of race and the economy for The Washington Post. Previously she was a D.C.-based national political reporter for The Boston Globe. She’s reported for The Oregonian, and was a Knight Wallace Fellow as well as a Fulbright Fellow in Taiwan. Jan received... Read More →
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Jay Kang

Correspondent / Writer at large, VICE News Tonight / NYT Mag
Jay Caspian Kang is a correspondent for VICE News Tonight, covering civil rights. Further, Kang is a writer-at-large at The New York Times Magazine and was one of the founding editors of Grantland.com. His novel, The Dead Do Not Improve, was published by Random House in 2012.


Thursday July 27, 2017 11:00am - 12:30pm
Commonwealth Hall B

Attendees (50)