"Of course, the project itself was not about blaming police or pointing a finger at anyone specifically. It's about highlighting the gaps in our systems here in Oklahoma. It's about what could be done better." — Whitney Bryen, Oklahoma Watch
On today’s episode our guest is Whitney Bryen. She is an investigative reporter and visual storyteller at Oklahoma Watch with an emphasis on domestic violence, mental health and nursing homes affected by COVID-19.
The reason we asked Whitney to be on the show today is because Oklahoma Watch partnered with StateImpact Oklahoma for a brilliant in-depth mental health series.
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Whitney Bryen contact info: (405) 201-6057 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow her on Twitter @SoonerReporter.
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