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Katie Couric Witnessed The Fateful Charlottesville Rally

‘America Inside Out’ host Katie Couric was on the ground during the ‘Unite the Right’ rally in Charlottesville, VA.

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Yale struggles with preserving history and confronting its association with slavery

In her National Geographic series, “America Inside Out,” Katie Couric visits Yale University’s campus where some buildings are named for men associated with slavery.
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America Inside Out - Red Carpet shoot

America is undergoing a period of massive transformation. Historic economic, political, demographic, technological and cultural changes have left some people empowered but others struggling to adjust to an ever-changing landscape. 316 more words

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Katie Couric on Her 'Prescient' New Docuseries 'America Inside Out,' Political Correctness and #MeToo

With her new six-part NatGeo docuseries “America Inside Out,” Katie Couric tackles head-on some of the issues that have been making headlines around the country — from the march in Charlottesville to anti-Muslim sentiment to the #MeToo movement that is spurring sweeping change across workplaces. 1,514 more words


Image Repair: Roy Moore

By Taylor Ward

It is the neglect of timely repair that makes rebuilding necessary.   – Richard Whately

In our Public Relations Media Programming class, we were tasked with completing a research paper concerned with image repair, its tactics, and its results.

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Generation Hope

I was proud Saturday.

I stood in downtown Greensboro in what looked like snow, and as everyone around me huddled to stay warm, I saw a sea of teenagers work to take their country back. 1,803 more words

The Evening Post: Jimmy Kimmel Gets A Colonoscopy With Katie Couric

I am sharing this video because let’s face it, Cancer is a horrible disease.  And one very important way to detect if you might have cancer is to get a  Colonoscopy at age 50 or earlier if you have a family history of cancer or other risk factors.  33 more words

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