To say 2020 was a turbulent year is an understatement. The murder of George Floyd unleashed a firestorm of emotions nationwide. The San Diego Association of Black Journalists took a look back over the year to explore the good, bad and ugly with a panel discussion expertly moderated by San Diego Union Tribune public safety editor, Dana Littlefield. The panelists included CBS NewPath corespondent Skyler Henry, who was on the front lines on the ground in Minneapolis. Jack Molmud a young journalist whose first assignment was covering the civil unrest following Mr. Floyd’s death. Stacey Nogy is the News Director at KARE 11 TV in the Twin Cities. She addressed the challenges of covering a story of such national magnitude while trying to ensure the physical and mental wellbeing of her staff. Dr Michelle Foss-Snowden, professor of communications at Sacramento State University and host of “The TV Doctor” podcast shared astute observations on the overall coverage. Check out this moving and insightful conversation.