Gwendolyn is an award-winning journalist who has covered a broad range of stories on the local and national levels. Her experience includes producing on-air reports for National Public Radio and she worked full-time as a producer for NPR’s All Things Considered news program for five years. She worked for several years as an on-air contract reporter for CNN in Atlanta and worked in print as a reporter for the Baltimore Sun Media Group, The Washington Post and covered Congress and various federal agencies for the Daily Environment Report and Real Estate Finance Today. Glenn has won awards for her reports from the Maryland-DC-Delaware Press Association, SNA and the first-place radio award from the National Association of Black Journalists.
In 1957, Dorothy Counts-Scoggins integrated her school in Charlotte, N.C. Now students at her old campus unveiled a plaque to honor her.
Law enforcement in Charlotte, N.C., is preparing for a third night of violence following Tuesday's fatal shooting of a man by police. The National Guard has been called in to help.
At least a dozen police were injured during protests in Charlotte, N.C., following the shooting death by police of an African-American man Tuesday. Police say he was armed, his family says he was not.
Testimony is scheduled to start Monday in the case involving a former Charlotte, N.C., police officer, who is white, who shot and killed a 24-year-old unarmed black man in 2013.