Midwin Charles Wiki – Midwin Charles Bio
Midwin Charles was a Legal analyst, familiar to viewers for her frequent appearances on CNN, MSNBC, HLN, and Bloomberg TV, died yesterday.
Her family announced her death on social media. A cause of death and other details were not specified.
She was 47 years old.
Midwin Charles Died
Veteran CNN and MSNBC legal analyst Midwin Charles has died. She was 47.
“It is with a profoundly heavy heart and the deepest sadness that we announce the untimely passing of our beloved Midwin Charles,” her family said in a statement posted to Charles’ Twitter account on April 6.
“She was known to many as a legal commentator on television, but to us, she was a devoted daughter, sister, aunt, niece, and cousin. Our lives are forever changed, and we will miss her for a lifetime,” the statement continued.
Charles earned her bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University and her law degree from the American University, Washington College of Law.
After serving as a law clerk for U.S. Court of Appeals for Sixth Circuit Judge Eric L. Clay, Charles launched the law firm Midwin Charles & Associates LLC and contributed to Essence magazine.
Charles also appeared on CNN, HLN, MSNBC, Bloomberg TV, and TV One to talk about legal issues, trials, and other current events. She was a legal contributor on CNN’s In Session and provided commentary for live shots on truTV.
She also guests hosted the radio program Express Yourself on New York’s 107.5 WBLS. Active in community affairs, Charles was a member of the Dean’s Diversity Council for American University’s Washington College of Law and a Women in Entertainment Empowerment Network.
She has served as a member of the Civil Rights Committee for the Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
“I am DEVASTATED!,” tweeted Maya Wiley, formerly of MSNBC, currently NYC mayoral candidate. “Midwin Charles is someone I am deeply grateful to for her heart and her head. And she was someone I valued at MSNBC! My heart goes out to her family and we have all lost a Sister.”
“Midwin dear heart,” tweeted MSNBC host Joy Reid last night, “you were a brilliant spirit and beautiful soul. You were such a blessing. I’m just stunned and have been since I learned of this today. Blessings to your mom and family. To all, please live every moment like it’s your last, and OVER-appreciate your friends.”