NaTavia Williams an undergrad at Morgan State University discusses why diversity and inclusion matters in journalism. In the episode Williams speaks about the difficult waters black journalists have to tread within the newsroom and offers insight on how to create a safer workspace.
NaTavia Williams, Morgan State University
NaTavia Williams is a senior at Morgan State University. She is a third year staff writer for the MSU Spokesman. She participated in the Wall Street Journal Morgan State Business Exchange Program. She also held the position as a Dow Jones Business reporting intern for summer 2020. Her 10 year plan post grad is to fulfill her destiny of being a CEO of an independent media outlet composed of a podcast show , tv talk show , and weekly blog. NaTavia also enjoys writing songs and poetry.
About this episode
ITEMS DISCUSSED IN THE EPISODE:
- Reporting on race relations , representation in newsrooms, the impact on reporting with lack of diversity
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Rebecca Snyder (host). NaTavia Williams (podcast intern). Original music by Ruskin Nohe-Moren.