Calling all journalism students: Join a Facebook chat with chief correspondent for arts and culture Jeffrey Brown

Jeffrey Brown recently spoke with graffiti artist RISK about street art's role in uplifting forgotten and abandoned places.

During his journalism career spanning more than 20 years, PBS NewsHour chief correspondent for arts and culture Jeffrey Brown has reported throughout the world on a wide variety of topics. From co-anchoring the NewsHour to traveling around the globe interviewing some of the world's leading writers, musicians and artists, Brown has helped shape the NewsHour's coverage of a wide spectrum of topics.

Now, journalism students will have the opportunity to learn from his experience. On Tuesday, March 31, from 2 – 3 p.m. EDT, Brown will take questions in the second in PBS NewsHour's series of Facebook chats for journalism students. Students can ask Brown about his experience as both a correspondent and producer, his current role reporting on arts and culture and his online work for "Art Beat," NewsHour's arts and culture blog. To join the chat, simply visit the PBS NewsHour Facebook page during the scheduled time. Brown will respond to questions posted on that page through his Facebook page.

Help spread the word about this upcoming chat to aspiring journalists in your life. Stay tuned for information about additional PBS NewsHour Facebook chats for journalism students, and check out our previous chat with Judy Woodruff.

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