Friday Media Roundtable: Duval superintendent search, Camden shooting, Regency Square Mall, Ameris Bank
It’s Friday on the First Coast, and we all know what that means. We’ve gathered the most significant news of the week to discuss with local media experts.
Among the stories:
- The Duval County School board unanimously decided to suspend its search for a new superintendent.
- A Camden County sheriff’s sergeant shot and killed Leonard Allen Cure after a traffic stop turned violent.
- Blackwater Development LLC announced it is the potential buyer of Regency Square Mall.
- U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland held a news conference alleging redlining in Jacksonville by Ameris Bank.
Our panel today includes:
- Charles Griggs, regular contributor and owner of Eighth & Whitner.
- Karen Brune Mathis, editor of the Jacksonville Daily Record.
- Charlie McGee, a journalist at TheTributary.
- David Bauerlein, columnist for The Florida Times-Union.
Strength in Selfies
Sunday will bring an event you don’t want to miss. Jiles Jewels, in partnership with The Selfie Showroom, is hosting “Strength in Selfies,” dedicated to celebrating the fearlessness and bravery of local breast cancer survivors in our community.
Guest; Carissa Glanton, curator of the Black-owned Selfie Showroom.