January 21, 2015
Show Me Center
Soledad O'Brien is a television news anchor and correspondent, working through her Starfish Media Group with networks including CNN, HBO, and Al Jazeera America. She has reported breaking news from around the globe and has produced and reported for award-winning, record-breaking and critically acclaimed documentaries including the Black in America and Latino in America series.
O'Brien joined CNN as the co-anchor of the network's flagship morning program, American Morning, and distinguished herself by reporting from the scene on the transformational stories that broke on her watch. For CNN's Katrina coverage, O'Brien's reports on the storm's impact included an in-depth interview with former FEMA chief Michael Brown. She also covered the Japan earthquake and tsunami in 2011, London terrorism attacks in July 2005 and in December 2004, she was among a handful of CNN anchors sent to Thailand to cover the disaster and aftermath of the tsunami.
O’Brien has won two Emmy awards, and the National Association of Black Journalists named O'Brien the Journalist of the Year and Edward R Murrow Awards lauded her with the RTDNA/UNITY award for Latino in America in 2010. The NAACP honored her with its President's Award in 2007 for her humanitarian efforts and journalistic excellence. She is a graduate of Harvard University and currently lives with her husband and four children in Manhattan.
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Individual dinner tables and tickets are available for purchase in the bookstore.
Individual dinner tables are $160 and tickets are $20 each. Free individual student
tickets will be available for pick up at the bookstore till supplies last. Additional
student tickets will be $5 each.
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