A Report for America corps member, Carrington J. Tatum believes news should serve the most vulnerable people first.
He has worked for The Dallas Morning News, specializing in the historically under-resourced southern side of Dallas. Prior to that, he worked with The Texas Tribune to cover homelessness and higher education.
A first-generation student from Garland, Texas, he cut his reporting teeth at Texas State University where he was the first Black editor-in-chief of The University Star, the university’s student-run newspaper.
Email him at [email protected] and follow him on Twitter @chiefcarrington.
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