Michele Norris | Ira Allen Chapel, University of Vermont | Talks | Seven Days | Vermont's Independent Voice


Michele Norris

When: Mon., Jan. 25, 4-5:30 p.m. 2016

After more than two decades reporting for trusted news sources such as ABC News, the Washington Post and National Public Radio, journalist Michele Norris has earned both professional accolades and the public’s confidence. The sometime memoirist is perhaps best known as a former cohost on NPR’s daily news program “All Things Considered,” a post that made her a household name for listeners across the country. These days, Norris is at the helm of the Race Card Project, an initiative she developed to encourage meaningful dialogue about racial issues. Granted Emmy and Peabody awards for her coverage of 9/11, Norris delivers the keynote address at the University of Vermont’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration.

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