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Jenny Casas

Jenny Casas (@jnnsmn) (she/her) is a reporter on WNYC's podcast, The Stakes. As a speaker at the 2019 Late Night Provocations, Jenny will be joined by colleague & friend Erisa Apantaku for a short talk about the possibilities of making story-telling more generative and less extractive.

Jenny is New York based, via Chicago, where she reported on and produced Season 1 of USA Today's first narrative podcast about a 6-story tall illegal dump, The City. Before that, Jenny led reporting teams with City Bureau. She was a daily reporter at St. Louis Public Radio covering power, immigration, and political protest. A California native, Jenny got her start in radio as a KQED news intern.

Photo by: Sebastián Hidalgo

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2019 Provocations

On the first night of the 2019 Third Coast Conference, all 800+ attendees gathered for a series of short, provocative talks.

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