Dateline:DC – November 17, 2016

This evening draws together media industry leaders and some of the most high profile journalists in the nation’s capital along with enthusiastic supporters of the work of NLGJA – The Association of LGBTQ Journalists – in advancing fair and accurate coverage of the LGBTQ community and issues.

JOIN US FOR THIS EVENING OF

  • Networking, hosted bar and hors d’oeuvres
  • Presentation of this year’s Randy Shilts Award for LGBT Coverage to Frank Bruni

 

Randy Shilts Award for LGBT Coverage

NLGJA is excited to announce that New York Times columnist Frank Bruni will receive the 2016 Randy Shilts Award for LGBT Coverage at the annual Dateline:DC event on November 17.

“Randy Shilts paved the way for so many of us, covering gay issues when news organizations often resisted that,” said Bruni. “His work certainly inspired me, so I’m hugely flattered–and genuinely grateful–to receive this honor.”

Bruni joined The New York Times in 1995 after writing for The Detroit Free Press. While in Detroit he worked as a war correspondent, movie critic and religion writer. He has served as the White House Correspondent and the chief restaurant critic.  Bruni became an Op-Ed columnist for The New York Times in 2011, and covers topics including politics, social issues, education, culture and gay rights. In addition to his work as an Op-Ed columnist, Bruni is the author of three books.

 

WHERE

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Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams DC Signature Store
1526 14th St., NW
Washington, DC

WHEN

Thursday, November 17
6:30-9:30 PM

Tickets

NLGJA Member: $35
Friend: $50
Student: $25

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Frank Bruni

Frank Bruni

Op-Ed Columnist, The New York Times

Recipient of the 2016 Randy Shilts Award for LGBT Coverage

EVENT HOST

Angie Goff, NBC4

SPECIAL GUESTS

Matt Ackland, FOX5
Chuck Bell, NBC4
Maureen Bunyan, ABC7
Mike Carter-Conneen, ABC7
Steve Clemmons, The Atlantic
David Culver, NBC4
Suzanne Malveaux, CNN
Jummy Olabanji, ABC7
Steven Petrow, Washington Post
Wendy Rieger, NBC4
Adam Tuss, NBC4
Neda Ulaby, NPR
Kris Van Cleave, CBS News
Jim Vance, NBC4
John Yang, PBS Newshour

EVENT CO-CHAIRS

Matthew Berger
Sarah Blazucki

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