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Beyond the Headlines – Building Trust: The Impact of Race
October 3, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
The Women’s Community, part of the planning committee for this free event, welcomes you to attend.
From the Beyond the Headlines website:
Building Trust: The Impact of Race
E101/E102 Northcentral Technical College
1000 W Campus Dr
How do news headlines, pictures and language that identifies race, ethnicity or religion affect how we understand the news and the people in the news? What is the responsibility of media and law enforcement in reporting incidents that involve minority populations? Join us in a facilitated community conversation that brings together news media, law enforcement and the public to talk about the impact of media coverage of incidents involving minority populations, including undocumented residents. How does this coverage affect public perceptions of policing? How does it affect public perceptions of minorities?
Marathon County Sheriff’s Office
Scott Parks started his career with Marathon County Sheriff’s Office on December 24, 1979 and currently serves as the Marathon County Sheriff. Throughout his career he has worked as a Deputy Sheriff (Corrections, Patrol Field Training Officer), a Narcotics Investigator, a Detective, and Lieutenant (Patrol, Special Investigations Unit, Detective).
Chris Conley joined WSAU in 2004 as News Director and morning news anchor, became Brand Manager, and then in 2009 was named Operations Manager for the Midwest Communications broadcast group in Central Wisconsin.
News Director, Central Wisconsin
Watchdog Team Leader, USA TODAY Network-Wisconsin
Mark Treinen is the top editor for the Wausau Daily Herald as well as daily newspapers in Marshfield, Stevens Point and Wisconsin Rapids. In addition, he leads a team of 20 journalists on a USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin watchdog and investigations team.
Hmong Liaison, D.C. Everest School District
Pastor, The Cross
Yauo Yang is the Hmong Liaison for D.C. Everest School District and is the Pastor for The Cross. His service to the community has included the Healthy Marathon Council, the Housing and Homelessness Coalition, the Joseph Project, jail ministry, Hmong Language and Camp.