Merv Aubespin, Past NABJ President
I have known Angelo Henderson since he was a high school student in Louisville, Kentucky who dreamed of a career in journalism. Angelo's growth from high school journalism through college and professional life has been a pleasure to follow. His integrity and dedication to our industry are well known.
He is grounded with a firm understanding of where we, as black journalists, have come from and what we need to do to solidify our role in a rapidly changing work environment.
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- Bart's Story: A Detroit Kidnapping Shines a Grim Light On a Mutating Crime