The Choice 2020: Trump vs Biden
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Welcome to the virtual screening of Frontline: The Choice 2020: Trump vs. Biden!
The Choice 2020: Trump vs. Biden
Ahead of the 2020 election, FRONTLINE's critically acclaimed series "The Choice" returns with interwoven investigative biographies of President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. The documentary examines each man’s approach to power, the defining moments that shaped their lives, and their visions for America’s future.
1 Hour 54 minutes
- JaZmyn Shambley
JaZmyn Shambley is a current sophomore at Hendrix College and a film associate for The Windgate Museum of Art at Hendrix. She will be moderating the screening and will host the live discussion panel afterwards.
- Rachel Stewart
- Rachel Stewart
- Dr. Jay Barth
Dr. Jay Barth will be moderating the live discussion panel following the film. He is a former M.E. and Ima Graves Peace Emeritus Professor of Politics at Hendrix College. He is also Chief Education Officer for the City of Little Rock, coordinating the City’s work to support education from birth through higher education in Little Rock. He also presently serves as Vice-Chair of the Downtown Little Rock Community Development Corporation and as a member of the boards of Central Arkansas Water, the ACLU of Arkansas, and Planned Parenthood Great Plains
- Gabrielle Schonder
Gabrielle Schonder is a multi-Emmy award-winning producer and reporter with The Kirk Documentary Group and the critically acclaimed investigative documentary series Frontline on PBS. Prior to joining Frontline, Gabrielle produced investigative pieces at 60 Minutes, the highest rated news program in history. Her groundbreaking report about Members of Congress who amassed startling wealth from private briefings led to Congress passing The Stock Act. Gabrielle studied politics at Hendrix under Dr. Jay Barth and Dr. Kim Maslin and graduated in 2007. She attended St. Peters College in Oxford during her junior year, and received an Odyssey grant to study the origin of apartheid education policy in Cape Town, South Africa.
- Brooke Nelson
Brooke Nelson is a researcher with The Kirk Documentary Group and the critically acclaimed investigative documentary series Frontline on PBS. Before joining Frontline, she was a staff writer at Reader's Digest. Brooke graduated from Hendrix in 2017 with a degree in international relations.
- Dr. Joshua Glick
Dr. Joshua Glick is an Assistant Professor of English, Film, and Media Studies at Hendrix College and a Fellow at the Open Documentary Lab at MIT. His research and teaching explore global documentary, race and representation, and emerging media formations. His book, Los Angeles Documentary and the Production of Public History (University of California Press, 2018) excavates the little-known history of minority and activist filmmaking in the metropolis. Dr. Glick is currently co-editing The Oxford Handbook of Documentary Media, which brings scholars and practitioners into dialogue about the ethics and craft of social justice filmmaking.
- Tamika Edwards
Tamika S. Edwards, JD, is a native of Little Rock, AR. She has over 20 years of experience in politics, public policy and community development.
- Dr. Kim Maslin
Kimberly Maslin is a Professor of Politics at Hendrix College. She teaches courses in American politics, political philosophy and gender studies. Recent publications include The Experiential Ontology of Hannah Arendt with Lexington Press, “The Gender Neutral Feminism of Hannah Arendt” in Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy and “The Paradox of Miss Marple: Agatha Christie’s Epistemology” in Clues: A Journal of Detection. In her leisure time, she enjoys hiking, swing dancing, and watching her son play baseball.
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