NPR journalist Liasson to talk at Delta School occasion


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Award-winning journalist and NPR nationwide political correspondent Mara Liasson will host a stay dialogue on Oct. 1 as a part of the Delta School President’s Speaker Sequence.

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The digital occasion will happen from 7 to eight:30 p.m. on Zoom, a video-conferencing platform. Liasson will give a presentation about her protection of this 12 months’s presidential election earlier than answering questions. She may even spend time speaking to a gaggle of Delta college students about voter-related matters.

Liasson’s experiences may be usually heard on NPR’s Morning Version and All Issues Thought-about. She is overlaying her eighth presidential election this 12 months, offering intensive protection of the candidates and points in each the presidential and congressional races. Her reporting may be heard on Delta School Public Radio – 90.1 FM.

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Previous to her present project, Liasson was NPR’s White Home correspondent for all eight years of the Clinton administration. She is a three-time recipient of the White Home Correspondents’ Affiliation’s Merriman Smith Award and a graduate of Brown College, the place she earned a bachelor’s diploma in American historical past.


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The occasion is free and open to the general public. Registration is required at www.delta.edu/Liasson.

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For extra info or for disability-related lodging, name Kim Klein at 989-686-9192.

– Processed by Victoria Ritter, vritter@mdn.web

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