About Janet Langhart Cohen
President of Langhart Communications, Mrs. Cohen is an Emmy-nominated journalist who began her television career on CBS in Chicago. During her 25-year career, Mrs. Cohen has appeared on ABC, CBS, NBC and BET; hosted ABC’s Good Day in Boston; covered special assignments for Entertainment Tonight; and produced several programs, including On Capitol Hill with Janet Langhart. As an overseas correspondent, she covered news in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
Throughout her career, Mrs. Cohen interviewed many major newsmakers and leaders of the 20th century. Among the prominent people she interviewed are President Bill Clinton (who acknowledged her work in his last State of the Union address), President Jimmy Carter, Margaret Thatcher, Rosa Parks, General Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., Mel Gibson, Bill Cosby, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Denzel Washington, Barbara Walters and Whoopi Goldberg.
In addition to her memoir, From Rage To Reason: My Life In Two Americas; Love in Black and White, A Memoir of Race, Religion and Romance (co-written with her husband,William S. Cohen), Mrs. Cohen has written a one act play, Anne & Emmett, an imaginary conversation between Nazi child victim, Anne Frank, and Emmett Till, a young black boy whose brutal murder by white racists energized the modern Civil Rights Movement.
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