Trymaine Lee is a Pulitzer Prize and Emmy award winning journalist and correspondent for MSNBC, where he covers the intersection of race, violence and politics in the United States. He is the host of the podcast “Into America,” a contributor to the ”1619 Project” and has reported for The New York Times, the Huffington Post, and the New Orleans Times-Picayune.
Panel from Democracy Summit:
How Propaganda Works / Covering Undemocratic Institutions
"There is a cliche in journalism, that we are the voices of the voiceless. I do not necessarily believe that we are their voices, but I think it is important to amplify and elevate their voices. It has always been important to me to center the experiences, the voices, and the narratives of those who experience the worst of what America is." -Source
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