Lori Stokes, a Cleveland native, is a nine-time Emmy award-winning journalist and news anchor. Currently a co-host of Good Day New York on Fox 5, Stokes was the first African American to broadcast on MSNBC.
Stokes is known as a champion for social causes. And she has covered many historic, watershed events over her career, including the Columbine High School shooting, the death of John F. Kennedy, Jr., and the capture of Osama bin Laden. As a result of her work, Stokes has received multiple awards, including a George P. Foster Peabody Award for her coverage on the September 11th World Trade Center attacks. Her Emmy awards include one for her in-depth investigative reporting on violence against children.
Beyond the newsroom, Stokes received the 2003 Congressional Black Caucus Celebration of Leadership Award in recognition of her civic service. Most recently, she was included on the 2016 Ideagen Power 100 List, recognizing individuals empowering women and girls across the planet.
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