Former Charlottesville Reporter Jasmin Caldwell Makes History

Former Charlottesville reporter Jasmine Caldwell is among the 3 Black women recently taking the lead as anchors in Texas.

Excerpt from Black Enterprise Magazine article by Jeroslyn Johnson

On Monday, May 2, KCEN introduced the official anchor lineup for Texas Today, which serves Temple, Waco, Killeen, and the surrounding areas. Consisting of Jasmine Caldwell, Taheshah Moise, and meteorologist Ashley Carter, the three women make up the station’s — and probably the nation’s — first-ever all-Black, all-female news anchor team, My San Antonio reports.

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