It’s Famous Friday!

2022-10-08T13:05:16+00:00October 8th, 2022|

Constance Jones   Happy Friday! This week’s article is highlighting two-time Emmy nominated Journalist Constance Jones! She was born July 3, 1983 in Stuttgart, Germany. Jones is of German and African American decent. Her parents, Ursula and George, were married almost 50 years ago, just a few years after the Loving v Virginia Supreme Court case, leading to the ruling that the banning of interracial marriages was unconstitutional. Constance Jones has over 16 years of Journalism experience and is currently the anchor for NBC 6 Today’s Miami, Florida weekday morning [...]

It’s Famous Friday!

2019-08-08T20:31:29+00:00August 8th, 2019|

Soledad O’Brien Soledad O’Brien is an influential broadcast journalist and executive producer who just so happens to be multiracial. Born in St. James, New York, O’Brien grew up with her Cuban mother and Australian father. Interracial marriage wasn’t legal in Maryland at the time her parents wanted to be together but this didn’t stop them. They drove to Washington D.C. for the ceremony because the law was less strict there. Soledad was the fifth of six children who all graduated from Harvard University. Growing up her parents were never afraid [...]

Famous Friday!

2017-11-10T05:22:12+00:00November 10th, 2017|

Famous Friday: Suzanne Malveaux We watch a lot of CNN in our house and one of our favorite journalists is Suzanne Malveaux. Suzanne is an award-winning TV journalist who has been a national correspondent, covering politics, news and culture for CNN since 2002, the year I was born. She anchored the CNN program Around The World and CNN Newsroom; served as a White House correspondent, and much more. Malveaux graduated from Harvard with an A.B. in sociology, just like my sister, former Project RACE Teens President Kayci Baldwin. Suzanne went on to earn a master's degree in broadcasting from the Columbia. She is a member of [...]

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