A Lion Speaks Tonight — Episode 02: Cheryl Owsley-Jackson

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Photo: Courtesy Cheryl Owsley-Jackson

Cheryl Owsley-Jackson, a journalist-in-residence at Emerson College.

By Danielle Shojai, Podcast Reporter/Producer

 

In episode two of “A Lion Speaks Tonight,” host Danielle Shojai interviews Emerson College’s journalist in-residence Cheryl Owsley-Jackson about the journalism industry’s evolution, the barriers of being a woman of color in journalism, and the comparison of responsible and dangerous media.

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