Tanya Ballard Brown
Tanya Ballard Brown is an editor for NPR. She joined the organization in 2008.
Projects Tanya has worked on include 19th Amendment: 'A Start, Not A Finish' For Suffrage (video); Being Black in America; 'They Still Take Pictures With Them As If The Person's Never Passed'; Abused and Betrayed: People With Intellectual Disabilities And An Epidemic of Sexual Assault; Months After Pulse Shooting: 'There Is A Wound On The Entire Community'; Staving Off Eviction; Stuck in the Middle: Work, Health and Happiness at Midlife; Teenage Diaries Revisited; School's Out: The Cost of Dropping Out (video); Americandy: Sweet Land Of Liberty; Living Large: Obesity In America; the Cities Project; Farm Fresh Foods; Dirty Money; Friday Night Lives, and WASP: Women With Wings In WWII.
- 'We've Got A Steep Road Ahead': Around The U.S., People Focus On The Future
- Tell Us: What Will Your New 'Normal' Look Like?
- A Comedian Coughed — And Came Up With 'Coronavirus Rhapsody'
- Tell Us About Trying To Get Tested For The Coronavirus
- Social Distancing Or Quarantined: How Are You Spending Your Time?
- Songwriter Allee Willis, Whose Work Spanned 'Friends' And 'The Color Purple,' Dies
- Why We Celebrate Thanksgiving On The 4th Thursday Of November
- President Trump Doesn't Need To Release His Tax Returns — For Now
- 'I Hate Myself,' Former Dallas Police Officer Who Killed Neighbor Tells Jurors
- Second Parent Sentenced In College Admissions Scandal
- Fate Of Fetal Remains Unclear As Investigation Continues In Indiana
- GM, Union Officials Prepare For Contract Talks Amid Plant Closings And FBI Probes