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By Dr. Amber Robins
"Even at her young age, she was an institution,” Tolliver said. “It was as though she would always be around.”…
By Mike Melia
Gwen Ifill was "a beacon for so many of us, women of color especially, who wanted so badly to see themselves reflected in the media." -- Tanzina Vega, National reporter for CNN.
By Kenya Downs
In honor of our beloved co-anchor Gwen Ifill, who passed away on Monday, members of the NewsHour family -- past and present -- remember the wisdom she shared.
By PBS NewsHour
Mark Twain had his Halley’s Comet. We say Shakespeare died on his birthday. On the last day of Gwen Ifill's life, a full moon drew closer to Earth.
Tributes have flooded in since Gwen Ifill's death Monday, from those remembering her contributions to journalism to the impact she had on their own lives.
By Vanessa Dennis
Viewers, friends and colleagues share their memories and stories of Gwen Ifill.
By Larisa Epatko
We at the PBS NewsHour and Washington Week lost our dear colleague, Gwen Ifill, to cancer on Monday. During her life, she often was called upon to discuss journalism, but other topics, too: among them, race, music and advice for…
The news of Gwen Ifill’s death has left a void in the world of journalism and politics. Judy Woodruff and Hari Sreenivasan speak with a few of her friends and colleagues about her legacy and what made her so beloved.
Gwen Ifill, who was the heart and soul of the PBS NewsHour and Washington Week, passed away on Monday after a battle with cancer. We look back at Gwen’s life and remarkable career in journalism.
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