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CMHC Foundataion / Yale Poynter Fellowship in Journalism Hold: "Stop Shouting at Each Other: Balanced Reporting and the Power of Essay to Generate Constructive Dialogue"

A conversation with Mary Collins and Donald Collins, co-authors of At The Broken Places: A Mother & Trans Son Pick Up The Pieces (2017).  Moderated by Michael J. Sernyak, MD, Professor of Psychiatry and CEO of Connecticut Mental Health Center (CMHC).  Sponsored by the Yale Poynter Fellowship in Journalism and hosted by the CMHC Foundation.

SHORT BIOS:

Mary Collins is a writer and professor at Central Connecticut State University. Her last book, American Idle: A Journey Through Our Sedentary Culture, won the Indie Awards Grand Prize (2013) and was runner-up for Book-of-the-Year, American Society of Journalists and Authors. Her essays and articles have appeared in national publications, including Smithsonian Magazine, The New York Times and The Washington Post. More at www.marycollinswriter.com.

Donald Collins is a writer and cum laude graduate of Emerson College. He holds a BA in screenwriting, and his essays and articles have appeared in Vice, Salon, and PopMatters among others. More at www.donaldcollins.me.

Speakers

  • Mary Collins, MA
    Writer and Professor, Central Connecticut State University ||| Writer
  • Donald Collins
    Writer and Professor, Central Connecticut State University ||| Writer

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Free: free

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Featured, Lectures and Seminars, Community Outreach, Health/Wellness
Jun 201722Thursday
3:30 PM5:00 PM