Journalist, Lecturer, Author
Former Journalist of the Year recalls civil rights coverage
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Born: November 7, 1950 in Charleston, SC
- Intern, The News and Courier
- Reporter, The Times-Picayune
- General Assignments reporter, The State
- Newberry Bureau Chief, The State
- Reporter/editor trainee, The State
- Assistant news editor, The State
- Copy editor, The Dallas Times Herald
- Zones editor, The Dallas Times Herald
- Editor, York Observer (South Carolina edition of Charlotte Observer)
- Copy editor, The News and Courier
- Reporter, The News and Courier
- Senior writer, The Post and Courier
- South Carolina Coastal Association of Black Journalists, founding President
- Lowcountry Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, member
- Avery Institute for African American History and Culture, member
Honors and Awards:
- Former Michigan Journalism Fellow at the University of Michigan
- South Carolina Press Association’s “Journalist of the Year” in 1990
- Hall of Fame for Region IV of the National Association of Black Journalists
- Allen University
- University of South Carolina
Family: Three daughters, Angela Frazier Thomas, Amanda Frazier, and Adrienne Frazier. Wife, Brenda Frazier.
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