About Elizabeth @lizflock
Elizabeth Flock is a reporter and producer for the NewsHour. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth’s Recent Stories
Arts Mar 02How a pop-up magazine experiment is turning journalism into performance art
The year 1991, journalist Kelley L. Carter argued Tuesday before an audience of 1,000 in Washington D.C., was the best and worst year ever for black America. It was the year of Jamie Foxx in “Living Color,” of Michael Jordan’s…
Arts Mar 01Aboriginal Australian artists are having a moment in the U.S. These women are at the forefront.
Aboriginal Australian art is the oldest continuous tradition of art made in the world, stretching back more than 40,000 years. Now, due to a group of passionate collectors and curators, Aboriginal Australian art shows are popping up across the country.
Poetry Feb 27As Trump addresses Congress, poets pen a people’s view
A week after President Donald Trump took office, hundreds of people gathered in their homes, schools and places across the country to share stories about how they saw the state of the nation. “Very sad,” some said. “Becoming aware.”…
Arts Feb 27Inside the secret process that’s supposed to prevent an Oscars mishap
In the 83 years accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers has handled the balloting and award envelopes for the Oscars, it says there had never been a major mistake. Until last night, when presenter Warren Beatty was mistakenly given the wrong envelope, leading…
Politics Feb 23A day at CPAC, where fringe meets the establishment GOP
A month after President Trump took office, many speakers were there to argue that while he'd been a flawed candidate, it was time to unify behind him.
Arts Feb 22Some people see the politics. This photographer captures the pageantry.
On Tuesday, Mark Peterson was in Norfolk, Virginia, preparing to chase down members of Congress at a town hall. On Wednesday, he planned to go to Washington, D.C. to photograph the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). The work hasn’t…
Arts Feb 21Why children’s author Jerry Spinelli won’t shy away from tough topics
In Spinelli's new book, "The Warden’s Daughter," the Newberry Award-winning author tells the story of a girl growing up without a mother in a county prison.
Arts Feb 17Raoul Peck on why this scene from ‘Moonlight’ is one of the best he’s seen in film
"It was really a human tenderness that I've rarely seen on film," Peck says of a final scene from the Oscar nominee.
Economy Feb 17What happened at DC’s restaurants when immigrant workers stayed home
Across the country Thursday, workers staged a “Day Without Immigrants,” a protest of President Donald Trump’s policies on immigration.
Arts Feb 16In his new novel, Elliot Ackerman wants to humanize the Syrian conflict
"Green on Blue" is the debut novel by Elliot Ackerman, a journalist and former Marine who served in Iraq and in Afghanistan.