Be an Associate Producer of an Impactful New Human-Interest Documentary

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LOS ANGELES - March 4, 2024 - PRLog --

The American Journalist Project will be a YouTube Documentary short that chronicles the literary and political career of the writer Earl Ofari Hutchinson who Wikipedia labels "American Journalist." The project will consist of an in-depth interview with Hutchinson on his writings, his start, motivation, and their impact. It will intersperse comments from readers influenced by his books and clips of his hometown Chicago. In addition, the documentary will also capsulize his half century plus work as a media commentator and social and political activist.
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The aim is to inspire, motivate, and provide a guide for present and future young people on the immense power of writing, social activism, and engagement. Hutchinson's aim is to raise awareness on how these invaluable literary vehicles can make a difference in people's lives and society.

Earl Ofari Hutchinson is an acclaimed American author and journalist. In a span of more than a half century from 1970 he has written more than thirty books, many acclaimed. Among his books are the trilogy on the Obama Years: The Obama Legacy, How Obama Governed; The Year of Crisis and Challenge, and How Obama Won. His most recent books are the Trump Challenge to Black America, From King to Obama: Witness to a Turbulent History. He has authored several books on the Trump phenomenon and multiple books on race and politics in America.

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Earl Ofari Hutchinson

Source: The American Journalist Project

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