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Conversations With Enrique Cerna

Civil Rights Pilgrimage With David Domke

August 8, 2016

This fall, David Domke will once again lead a pilgrimage into the Deep South to the landmarks where critical events happened during the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 1960s. Domke, chair of the University of Washington Department of Communication, says this nine-day pilgrimage is not a vacation for the more than 50 participants. It is intended to be a journey where those involved will learn, grow and change in profound ways. Domke talks about how this pilgrimage came about, its impact on the students and community members who have participated in the trip and its significance in this time when racial divisions are widening in America.


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Enrique Cerna

The son of Mexican immigrants, Enrique Cerna was born and raised in the Yakima Valley.  Enrique joined KCTS 9 in January, 1995. He has anchored current affairs programs, moderated statewide political debates, produced and reported stories for national PBS programs in addition to local documentaries on social and juvenile justice, the environment and Latinos in Washington State.

Enrique has earned nine Northwest Emmy Awards and numerous other honors. In June, 2013, he was inducted into the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Northwest Chapter’s Silver Circle for his work as a television professional.

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