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KAMILLE D. WHITTAKER

is an Atlanta-based journalist, editor 

and professor.

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CURRENT PROJECTS

instruction

CLARK ATLANTA UNIVERSITY

CANOPY ATLANTA

Journalism and Digital Media in the Mass Media Arts Department

A community journalism  publication and training program 

MERCER UNIVERSITY

Writing instruction and tutoring for undergraduate and graduate students

UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA 
 

Lectures and advisement as the Cox Institute for Journalism's 2023 Industry Fellow

Storytelling

JUMP AT THE SUNS

A creative culture, literature and foodways narrative space

"PERHAPS, TO BLOOM"

A storytelling project documenting the swelling Caribbean presence in Atlanta and the South

consulting

NANINEDI EDITORIAL CONSULTANCY

Editorial consultancy comprised of editors, writers, photographers, graphic designers and marketing practitioners 

EDUCATION

UGA GRADY COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATION

MFA graduate in

Narrative Nonfiction Journalism
 

 

MY WORK

“Use only the best of words. Not only the best of words, but also the best of sounds, phrases, pauses, sentences, images, figures – the best, in sum, of every tool available to verbal art.”

Ayi Kwei Armah,

"Eloquence of the Scribes"

WRITING
RESEARCH
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RESEARCH

"PERHAPS, TO BLOOM"

is a storytelling project that excavates the growing cultural impact of the Caribbean presence in Atlanta and the South at large.

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CONTACT
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Sickle Cell Foundation of Georgia Inc.

 

The mission of the Sickle Cell Foundation of Georgia, Inc. is to engage, educate, and energize the community to improve the quality of life for people affected by sickle cell disease. We aim to reduce the incidence of sickle cell disease, to monitor the prevalence of sickle cell, and to help improve the quality of life for persons afflicted with the disease. 

SERVICE

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