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“Ferguson: One Year Later”, from St. Louis Public Radio, explores what has, and hasn’t, changedNovember 2, 2015Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of posts about inclusive journalism — journalism that is done with communities not for communities. | Follow the conversation here. St. Louis Public Radio’s outreach specialist and public insight analyst, Linda Lockhart, has focused for years on bringing the community into a story. She co-hosts conversations in... Read more »
KPCC asks “Are you #LatinoEnough?”, sparks newsroom-spanning contentSeptember 22, 2015Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of posts about inclusive journalism — journalism that is done with communities not for communities. | Follow the conversation here. Ashley Alvarado, Southern California Public Radio‘s public engagement editor, has long been a champion of listening to individuals and communities often excluded from news coverage and broader... Read more »
Join us for a “listening post” workshop in PortlandAugust 19, 2015The Public Insight Network is thrilled to team up with GroundSource founder Andrew Haeg, Oregon Public Broadcasting and Camp Odyssey, an Oregon-based innovative youth leadership diversity program, to offer a workshop on community listening, Oct. 1 in Portland. The workshop is part of a three-day event called “Experience Engagement,” co-hosted by Journalism That Matters and the University of Oregon’s... Read more »