Danielle K. Kilgo primarily focuses on the entanglement of race, gender and ability issues in visual, digital and social media communication. Currently, she concentrates on the international media coverage of social movements, particularly recent protests against violence and racism in the United States.
Kilgo currently teaches courses that merge theory and production, including Social Media Movements, Social Media + Virality, Visual Communication, Graphic Design and Content Analysis. She serves as the advisor for the Indiana University Student Chapter of the National Association for Black Journalists.
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