Join TYPROS Diversity Crew as we attend OKPOP’s event featuring Carmen Fields.
This Juneteenth event will consist of an interview with journalist Carmen Fields by former Senator Judy Eason McIntyre, followed by a question-and-answer portion with the audience.
Carmen Fields earned a bachelor’s degree from Lincoln University and studied at both Boston and Harvard University. As a reporter and columnist for the Boston Globe, she was part of a team that won the Pulitzer Prize for coverage of Boston’s school desegregation. As a broadcaster, she has been nominated for six regional Emmy awards and has won two, one for a story on the Ku Klux Klan in Boston. In addition to her own media and public relations consulting, Fields is currently the producer and host of a monthly public affairs program on Boston’s Channel 7 called “Higher Ground.” Fields has taught journalism at multiple Universities in Boston. She also wrote and produced the PBS documentary “Goin’ Back to T-Town” (1993) about segregation in Tulsa. Fields is the daughter of famous big band leader Ernie Fields and the sister of musician Ernie Fields Jr.
This event will educate and help raise money for the Shirley Ballard Nero Endowment Fund. The Endowment provides funds to conduct research, programming, exhibitions and events related to the historic All-Black towns of Oklahoma. You can donate to this fund at the Oklahoma History Center or by contacting Angela Spindle at 405-522-0317 or firstname.lastname@example.org.