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Jiquanda Johnson

Digital Journalist, Flint Beat

#founder & #publisher @BrownImpact & @FlintBeat. @TheBlackBookDir #founder. Retweets do not signify an endorsement. Opinions r my own. #Communityjournalism

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Flint Beat‘s founder and publisher, Jiquanda Johnson is a Flint-area native with more than 16 years of experience in journalism including print, television and digital media. She has worked for The Detroit News, NBC25, Fox and MLive Media Group/The Flint Journal, where she covered the city of Fl...

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@JNicoleNews — 1,008 followers, 3,266 tweets

Nov 22, 2017

RT @OdysseyVillage: The @NIH is seeking a way to objectively measure pain. Could it help solve the #opioidcrisis?…

Nov 20, 2017

RT @PhilMphela: WATCH: Africans being sold like animals in Arab countries. Slavery for blacks is still happening in 2017.…

Nov 10, 2017

RT @freep: Florida school selling bulletproof panels for students' backpacks  https://usat.ly/2zrVCU9 

Nov 09, 2017

RT @theintercept: Had a Muslim man with a history of violence posted photos of himself with an AR-15, the feds would have been knocki…

Nov 09, 2017

@Starbucks This means I'm going to have to make two trips today. I couldn't prolong having my morning White Mocha!!!

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What was your first job as a journalist?

My first professional job outside of editor of my college paper was a gig working as a community journalist for The Detroit News.

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