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Media, Technology, and Race: A Walter Lord Society Dinner Conversation with Tanzina Vega

Tanzina Vega, Ferris Professor of Journalism and national reporter at CNNMoney

October 16, 2017 · 7:00 pm8:00 pm EDT · Private Dining Room, Mathey College

Walter Lord Society

Join the Walter Lord Society on Monday, October 16, at its third dinner conversation of the year: Media, Technology, and Race. Tanzina Vega, CNNMoney’s national reporter for race and inequality, joins Joe Stephens, Ferris Professor of Journalism in Residence, to discuss the intersection of media, technology, and race in America.

Before joining CNN, Vega was a staff writer at The New York Times, where she created and covered a beat on race and ethnicity for the national desk and reported for the business desk and metro section. Vega also has won awards for her work as a multimedia producer, including an Emmy.

Professor Stephens is a veteran investigative reporter for The Washington Post and leads the Walter Lord Society and its series of public affairs dinner discussions.

Fill a plate at the servery in Mathey College and bring it downstairs to the Private Dining Room to join in this exciting conversation.

Please RSVP to Margo Bresnen at mbresnen@princeton.edu.

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