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Law Enforcement, Diversity, and Accountability

Kimbriell Kelly, Journalism; with Alison Isenberg, History

February 27, 2020 · 12:00 pm1:20 pm · 16 Joseph Henry House

Program in Journalism

Kimbriell Kelly, a visiting Ferris Professor of Journalism in the Humanities Council, is deputy editor of enterprise and investigations in the Los Angeles Times’ Washington bureau. Formerly an investigative reporter at The Washington Post, she also was part of the team that launched that paper’s “Fatal Force” series on police-involved shootings, which won the Pulitzer Prize for national reporting in 2016. Discussant Alison Isenberg is a professor in the Department of History and co-director of the Princeton-Mellon Initiative in Architecture, Urbanism, and the Humanities.

The Humanities Council’s Program in Journalism invites faculty, graduate students, and staff to participate in the next in our series of events where distinguished visiting journalists discuss their work and pressing issues of the day with faculty from a variety of disciplines. These lunchtime talks offer intimate looks inside the work of colleagues and an opportunity for dialogue across specialties.

Attendance by reservation only. Space is limited; RSVP to Margo Bresnen at mbresnen@princeton.edu, noting your University affiliation. Please respond by Monday, February 24, to reserve a seat.

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