(BPRW) 2021 Ethel Payne Fellow Erica Ayisi Publishes Amplify Africa Experiences
(Black PR Wire) NABJ’s 2021 Ethel Payne Fellow Erica Ayisi has released her reporting job “Amplify Africa.” The challenge is a 4-episode digital exhibit offered on social media platforms and her web page. The sequence functions underreported subjects of importance to Africa and the higher global neighborhood. “Amplify Africa” includes conversations with African creatives insights about the growth of the Pan African Heritage Museum and stories about how Ghana’s “Year of Return” initiative to mark the 400th 12 months of African slaves arriving in the United States, prolonged to “Beyond the Return” fostering an yearly custom of hosting African diasporans in the region, and a lot extra.
Ayisi is an award-successful worldwide freelance journalist and educator with expertise reporting in Cambodia, Africa, Jamaica, the United Kingdom, and the United States. She wears a lot of hats serving as a writer, reporter, producer, host, panelist, moderator, and on-air correspondent.
The NABJ Ethel Payne Fellowship is a $5,000 award bestowed to a deserving journalist. The travel award offers an possibility for an NABJ member to acquire international correspondence working experience in Africa and the necessary support to complete a undertaking or singular report on Africa. The fellowship is named for the initial female, African American commentator utilized by a U.S. network when CBS hired her in 1972.
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