Violence Against Journalists On The Increase; Connie Schultz Talks About Her New Book

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Journalists attempting to tell the story of protests after the death of George Floyd have been beaten, pepper sprayed and arrested by police in numbers never before seen in the U.S. -- for doing their jobs. We will discuss this increase in violence against the fourth estate.  Later, we'll talk to Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Connie Schultz about her debut novel, "The Daughters of Erietown."

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Maeve Walsh, Special Project Editor, The Lantern, The Ohio State University  
Danielle Sarver Coombs, Ph.D., Professor, Journalism and Mass Communication, Kent State University Tie-Line 
Stephanie Sugars, Reporter, U.S. Press Freedom Tracker 
Courtney Radsch, Ph.D., Advocacy Director, Committee to Protect Journalists 
Connie Schultz, Columnist, Author, "The Daughters of Erietown"
Milton Maltz, Chairman, CEO, The Malrite Company, Crain's 8 over 80

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