A new multi-platform storytelling project from PBS’ FRONTLINE tells the stories of unsolved racist killings in America, drawing on two years of reporting, thousands of documents, and dozens of interviews. The stories are shared through multiple media forms, including a podcast, a documentary, and an interactive web experience. In for Jim Braude, Sue O’Connell was joined by the creative director behind the project, Tamara Shogaolu.
“In a way, it’s a celebration of these lives that were so tragically lost,” Shogaolu about the interactive exhibits.
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