Karen Hudson-Samuels was found dead at her home just one day after taking the COVID-19 vaccine. She led a prominent career in broadcast journalism that spanned over four decades in Detroit. In the mourning spirit of this death, families, friends and associates of the deceased have shared their sad news across social media. It is really a difficult time for the beloved ones of Karen whose the passing has brought so much tears to.
According to CBSlocal, the 68-year-old media icon was found dead at her home by her husband on Feb 9, just one day after taking the COVID-19 vaccine. The official cause of her death is still unknown. “We suspect it may have just been a stroke but because of the normal side effects of the vaccine it may have masked that. Hopefully we’ll know soon from the autopsy report,” said her husband, Cliff Samuels.
For decades, WGPR-TV in Detroit provided a distinct perspective as the first Black-owned TV station in the country. In February, the station was officially listed on the National Register of Historic Sites. It was a movement spearheaded by Karen Hudson Samuels, who worked as the station’s news director for years. Part of her legacy is ensuring the contributions of WGPR-TV are never forgotten.
“When this museum got into the national registry she was very, very proud,” her husband, Cliff Samuels said.
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