Callie Crossley


Callie Crossley is a multiple awarding winner journalist and documentary filmmaker, including a National Emmy, the Gold Alfred I. Dupont-Columbia Award,plus Associated Press, Edward R. Murrow, and Clarion Awards, and top honors for  commentary from the Public Radio News Directors. She is the first African-American to win an OscarÒ nomination in the Documentary Feature category for her work as a Producer on “Bridge to Freedom,” her hour in the documentary series, “Eyes on the Prize: America’s Civil Rights Years 1954-1965.” Callie is known for her journalistic acumen, integrity, and personal warmth.  Her Monday morning commentaries on WGBH’s Morning Edition tackle wide-ranging subject matter—from the Steamship Authority’s operational woes, to Starbucks racial bias training, the return of the handwritten letter, to the Women’s March, and the Trump administration’s zero tolerance policy.

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