Porkchops & Politics: featuring Corey Dade

Corey Dade

Please be our guest
Saturday, August 28, 2010
12:00 noon - 2:00 p.m.
The Old Mill Inn Restaurant
3611 Grand Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75210

Please R.S.V.P. by August 23
Tel: 214-670-7809
Email: larry.jefferson@dallaslibrary.org

Due to limited space, we require advanced registration for Pork Chops and Politics. The event includes a lecture and meal purchase of $10.00, payable on-site. Seating is limited to the first 50.

Corey Dade, a staff reporter in the Atlanta bureau of the Wall Street Journal, joined the Atlanta Press Club's board of directors in 2008.

Corey also is president of the Atlanta Association of Black Journalists, one of the largest and oldest chapters of the National Association of Black Journalists. He served on the program committees for the 2007 NABJ annual convention and the 2008 UNITY: Journalists of Color convention. In 2001, under Corey's presidency of the Detroit NABJ affiliate, it won the Chapter of the Year award.

At the Journal, Corey covers politics and economics across the South. His previous assignments have included Hurricane Katrina, Delta Air Lines' bankruptcy, the Virginia Tech shootings and the 2008 presidential campaign.

Previously Corey has worked at the Boston Globe, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Detroit Free Press and the Miami Herald. He is a frequent commentator on TV and radio networks such as Fox News, National Public Radio, CNN, Headline News and CNBC.