Jenna Wortham on podcasts & publishing + gender & race

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Event Date: Thursday, April 11 - 3:30 pm
Location: Humanities Building, Room 312

Jenna Wortham is an award-winning staff writer for The New York Times Magazine. She is the co-host of the podcast “Still Processing” and co-editor of the forthcoming visual anthology Black Futures, with Kimberly Drew, out in 2020 from One World. Wortham was previously a tech writer for The New York Times, and now writes on a multitude of subjects ranging between arts and culture, technology, and social media, with a focus on the contributions of black, queer women. Wortham writes a semi-regular newsletter, Fermentation and Formation, and collaborates on Bloop, a twist on Gwyneth Paltrow’s newsletter Goop, targeted toward black women.

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