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Saturday, March 19 • 5:15pm - 6:15pm
What's Black and White and Jewish All Over? The Journalistic Ethics, the Pitfalls, and the Fun of Covering the Southern Jewish Tribe for a Quarter-Century

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For 25 years, Larry Brook has covered the Jewish communities of the South, writing about everything from Jewish community events to Christian Zionism to church-state issues to Southern Jewish history. There has never been a shortage of stories, from the compelling to the unusual, to fill the pages of Southern Jewish Life, which formerly was the Southern Shofar and Deep South Jewish Voice. This session will include many anecdotes, as well as a discussion of how to properly and fairly cover a community where one is an active participant, the ethics of printing certain controversial stories, and the role of an independent media within the Jewish community.

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Larry Brook

Larry Brook is one of the first graduates of Birmingham’s N.E. Miles Jewish Day School. After working on a student paper at Virginia, in 1990 he began Southern Shofar in Alabama, now the regional Southern Jewish Life. He is past vice president... Read More →


Saturday March 19, 2016 5:15pm - 6:15pm
Gates of Prayer -- Room 13 4000 West Esplanade Avenue South, Metairie, LA 70002