WCTE Missing in Brooks County

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January 25, 2022
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Welcome to WCTE's screening of Missing in Brooks County. Please stay tuned. Following the screening will be a panel discussion and a live Q&A.

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Missing in Brooks County

Missing in Brooks County

62min 22sec


  • Cephas Ablakwa, Ph.D.

    He has his Ph.D. in Exceptional Learning with a concentration in Program Planning and Evaluation from Tennessee Tech University (TTU). He is an artist with work in Ghana, Iceland, and the Upper Cumberland. He taught art at Cookeville High School for 10-years before returning to TTU to complete his doctoral work. Cephas said his focus at WCTE PBS is “to create a culture of curiosity among all ages and enhance the value of education in the Upper Cumberland through public media.” Dr. Ablakwa emigrated from Accra, Ghana, to Nashville, where he graduated from high school. So far at WCTE, he has been accepted into the competitive PBS Data Literacy Program. He lives in Cookeville with his wife and two sons.

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