I’m very excited to welcome Kennedy Elliott to this week’s episode of The PolicyViz Podcast. Kennedy is a member of the graphics department at the Washington Post and part of the team that recently won a Pulitzer Prize for their work on police shootings in the U.S. Kennedy also recently gave a talk at the OpenVisConf on data visualization research. We talk about her work on the Post’s Fatal Force project, her talk at OpenVisConf, and a range of other challenges communicating important stories to Washington Post readers.

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Episode Notes

Fatal Force, Washington Post

OpenVisConf (including video of Kennedy’s talk)

Archie Tse at Malofiej

Eli Saslow, Washington Post | Too Much of Too Little



Maryland Institute College of Art program of Information Visualization