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Concord, NH –NHPR and the Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership & Public Service at the University of New Hampshire School of Law will host National Public Radio National Correspondent Sarah McCammon as the next speaker in the Justice & Journalism series.  The event will take place  on Thursday, March 30, 2023, at 5:30 p.m.  at UNH Law at 2 White Street in Concord.  This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required at .  Doors open at 5:00 pm.  There will be a reception immediately following the event.


Sarah McCammon  is a national correspondent covering the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast for NPR. Her work focuses on political, social and cultural divides in America, including abortion and reproductive rights, and the intersections of politics and religion. She's also a frequent guest host for NPR news magazines, podcasts and special coverage. McCammon has been honored with numerous regional and national journalism awards, including the Atlanta Press Club's "Excellence in Broadcast Radio Reporting" award in 2015. She was part of a team of NPR journalists that received a first-place National Press Club award in 2019 for their coverage of the Pittsburgh synagogue attack.


NHPR’s Rick Ganley, host of NHPR’s  Morning Edition, will lead the conversation with McCammon to get her take on the climate in politics in the nation’s capital and beyond. McCammon will also take questions from the audience, and questions will be moderated by Laura Knoy, Director of Community Engagement at the Rudman Center.


The Justice & Journalism series brings nationally renowned journalists to the Rudman Center for engaging conversations on public affairs and the public servants who create, implement, and influence public policy. The series is a joint initiative of NHPR and the Rudman Center, made possible by the generous support of the Couch Family Foundation

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