What’s new this week:
Pearl Dowe, a professor at Oxford College of Emory University, tied the turnout of black women voters to a long history of activism and advocacy in this Washington Informer story.
Also in The Washington Informer, Grinnell College professor Kesho Scott spoke to the symbolic importance to the suffrage movement of the meeting between the formerly enslaved activist Sojourner Truth and President Abraham Lincoln.
Lowering risk of wildfires will require a mix of carrots and sticks, writes University of Alaska Anchorage professor Jennifer Schmidt in this Bloomberg Law Insight column.
As conversation about impeachment continues, University of Toledo’s Sam Nelson and Grinnell College’s Peter Hanson weigh in on common misperceptions and misunderstandings about the process for Reader’s Digest.
What’s next on our calendars:
Teresa will present at CASE’s Senior Institute for Communications and Marketing in Florida in February 2020.
Cristal will present “How to Create a National Media Strategy Aligned With a Known Brand” at the CASE District I Conference in Boston March 12-13, 2020.
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