The Mayor’s Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting, the Writers Guild of America, East and Hunter College presented Careers in Entertainment: Writing for Film and Television – a panel discussion featuring writers who work in film, television drama, late night comedy, children’s programming and morning news.
The Roosevelt House – Public Policy Institute at Hunter College will be hosting a preview screening of the documentary RFK IN THER LAND OF APARTHEID: A Ripple of Hope. There will be a reception and a panel discussion with the filmmakers Larry Shore and Tami Gold.
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
47-49 East 65 Street
New York City, New York
Prof. Karen Hunter’s new book “STOP BEING NIGGARDLY” (Gallery Books; April 2010) is now available.
Karen Hunter was awarded a Pulitzer Prize in 1999 as a member of the New York Daily News editorials to save the world-famous Apollo Theatre. She was the first black female news columnist for the paper and had an op-ed column for three years before leaving to pursue radio and writing. She has been a contributor on CNN, Fox News and MSNBC and in 2007, was named a Distinguished Lecturer in the Film & Media Department of Hunter
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