Jason Carson Wilson

Copy Editor, Copywriter, Editor, Ghostwriter, Photographer, Videographer, Writer

Dedicated to just communicating well

Jason Carson Wilson is a Washington, D.C.-based freelance journalist and writer with nearly 20 years of journalism experience. Wilson gained policy advocacy experience on Capitol Hill, thanks to other work experience. He also brings radio and television education to the table. Thus, Wilson would be a well-rounded candidate for any position.
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Article, Blog Post, Candid Photography, Ebook, Corporate Photo, Commercial, Interview, Headshot, News Photography, Video, Script, Social Copy, Social Video, Press Release, Page Layout, News Video
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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, B.S., News-Editorial
Chicago Theological Seminary, Master of Divinity
Washington, D.C.|English
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Published Content

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qctimes.com
Article

TREMONT, Ill. (AP) - No one takes him out to the ball game. Whiffle ball aficionado Andrew Graves, 33, brought the game home. Graves said he and his friends have played at the...

windycitymediagroup.com
Article
'Pink Triangle' event remembers queer Holocaust victims

LGBT community members who faced an unimaginable collective tragedy gathered at Center on Halsted June 3 to remember queer victims of the Holocaust. Survivor Magda Brown of Skokie headlined "Remembering The Pink Triangle: Commemorating the Homosexual Victims of Nazism."

June, 6 2015
journalstandard.com
Article
An honor for his mother

He wanted to honor his mother. Sean Sierra, 16, mowed lawns and raked leaves in order to pay for the late Ada Lynn Vibert’s headstone. The 29-year-old Vibert died of cancer in 2003. Ensuring Vibert’s time on earth was acknowledged became the then 12-year-old’s mission.

windycitymediagroup.com
Article
'GLAAD Hatters' gather to raise glasses, awareness

On April 4, about 100 people packed Pasteur, 5525 N. Broadway, donning fabulous apparel and, of course, hats during the fifth annual GLAAD Hatter fundraiser. Magnificent morsels and libations were servedand checks were writtenliberally.

April, 10 2015
ucc.org
Blog Post
Commentary: Giving People Shelter is a Moral Duty

In the shelter of your presence you hide them from human plots; you hold them safe under your shelter from contentious tongues. Ps. 31:20 NRSV Plenty of human plotting puts...

December, 8 2016
medium.com
Blog Post
Inconvenient Truths: Oppressing the Oppressed in the Black Church

Racism and White supremacy runs rampant in our society. That reality isn't up for debate. Its presence in mainline Christian denominations is an inconvenient truth that can't be...

March, 28 2018
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