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Abena Agyeman-Fisher

Freelance Journalist and Editor-in-Chief, Face2Face Africa — Freelance
Covers:  Africa, the African diaspora, African-American news, and the Caribbean.
Doesn't Cover: Everything else I didn't list.

Editor - Writer - Photographer - Video Journalist - World Traveler Living Out My Dreams

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Abena Agyeman-Fisher is the Editor-in-Chief of Face2Face Africa. Most recently, she worked for Interactive One as the Senior Editor of NewsOne, she worked for AOL as the News Programming Manager of Black Voices, which later became HuffPo Black Voices, and for the New York Times Company as an Asso...

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What was your first job as a journalist?

I initially worked as a freelancer for NJ's Star-Ledger. I covered the Arts and Entertainment beat in Essex County.

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How is social media changing news?

By letting the people decide what is actually news. No longer can news organizations dictate what is important.