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Kameel Stanley

Covers:  city hall, law enforcement, fashion, crime, government, politics, shopping, police, criminal justice
Doesn't Cover: sports

I work. I write. I run shit. | podcaster (@weliveherestl) with print reporting roots (@TBTimes) | bossy. ✊🏾

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Biography

Kameel Stanley is a reporter at St. Louis Public Radio. She produces and co-hosts We Live Here, a podcast exploring race, class, poverty and power in the St. Louis region and beyond. Before moving to St. Louis in 2015, she worked in Florida for several years as a public affairs reporter at the Ta...

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Working from my couch today and had the bright idea to use my neck pillow and omg why did I not think of this before? Neck pillows — not only for the plane! #itsthelittlethings
@kspringeruk You know me better than that. Ain’t no way
RT @jonnysun: the next time u cry, imagime that a tiny piece of the ocean is behind ur eyes & is just tryimg to find its way back to the sea
RT @nhannahjones: This thread gives you the context we as media always and forever refuse to give. It is everything.  https://twitter.com/katzonearth/status/951656979658870785 
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What was your first job as a journalist?

Breaking-news reporter at the Tampa Bay Times. Before that, I interned at newspapers in Michigan, Florida and Washington, D.C.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Of course. What do you think I am? A novice?

How is social media changing news?

For better or worse, it has made the link between content producers and consumers more intimate, messy, interesting and weird.

Finalist, American Society of Newspaper Editors

2016 - Dori J. Maynard Award for Diversity in Journalism
Celebrates journalism that overcomes ignorance, stereotypes, intolerance, racism or hate.

1st Place, Florida Bar Media Award

2014 - Print
Given in recognition of outstanding journalism for a story or series that highlight the criminal justice system as it affects people in Florida.