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Monday, September 14 • 12:00pm - 12:30pm
One-on-One with Nikole Hannah-Jones

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The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist on the reaction to the 1619 Project, racial disparities during the pandemic, and the fight for a true democracy.

This event was recorded as part of The 2020 Texas Tribune Festival that took place virtually Sept. 1-30, 2020. You’re welcome to watch here or share this link with your friends and colleagues to watch it on demand anytime. This session was recorded on Sept. 12 and aired on Sept. 14.

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Wesley Lowery

Correspondent for 60 Minutes’ “60 in 6”
Lowery is a correspondent for "60 in 6," a 60 Minutes spinoff on the mobile app Quibi. Prior to joining CBS News, he was a national correspondent for The Washington Post, where he primarily covered issues of race and justice. He has twice been a member of teams awarded the Pulitzer... Read More →

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Nikole Hannah-Jones

Staff Writer at The New York Times Magazine
Hannah-Jones is a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and staff writer at The New York Times Magazine focusing on racial injustice. She is a 2017 award winner of the MacArthur Foundation "Genius Award" and was the author behind the Times’ “The 1619 Project.” In 2016, Hannah-Jones... Read More →

Monday September 14, 2020 12:00pm - 12:30pm CDT