12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Wexner Conference Room, Wexner Bldg., Room 434AB
Please join us on for a highly visual panel discussion on the use of visual journalism for purpose and impact. The theme is visual media and storytelling for the social good, specifically in criminal justice reform and advocacy journalism on the issue- what can visual media do, and what do we want it to do, in framing human rights issues and advocating for awareness and change?
Carroll Bogert – moderator, founder of the award winning media operations of Human Rights Watch, President at The Marshall Project.
Brian Frank – photo journalist and CatchLight Fellow, currently exhibiting at the Shorenstein Center.
Rebecca Richman Cohen – Emmy Award nominated documentary filmmaker and Lecturer at Harvard Law School.