Two award-winning journalists — featured speakers at the Search for Meaning Book Festival at Seattle University — will give an inside look at the challenges of reporting on homelessness during a special add-on session at the festival.
Festival tickets are required for the keynotes and author sessions, but admission to this intimate conversation is free. The session is hosted by the Seattle University Center for Strategic Communications and the School of Theology and Ministry.
Tina Kelley is a former New York Times, Seattle Times and Seattle Post-Intelligencer reporter, and co-author of the national best-seller about youth homelessness, “Almost Home: Helping Kids Move from Homelessness to Hope.” (The first people in line will receive a complimentary copy of Tina Kelley’s book.)
Rosette Royale is interim editor for Real Change and a Seattle University Journalism Fellow on Family Homelessness, and winner of the national Sigma Delta Chi Award in Feature Writing.
Learn more on the Seattle University Project on Family Homelessness website.