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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 »
A new collaboration with (Don’t) Guess My RaceJuly 15, 2015PIN is excited to announce a collaboration with Interactive Diversity Solutions, creator of a web-based learning game called (Don’t) Guess My Race. This game in a one-of-a-kind interactive diversity program based on social science research that promotes cultural understanding, increases empathy and reduces bias, all wrapped up in a fun game. Participants who play (Don’t) Guess My... Read more »
PIN Bureau wins ASU innovation awardApril 20, 2015We are excited to be able to share today that the Public Insight Network Bureau, based at Arizona State University’s Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, has won the 2015 ASU President’s Award for Innovation. This prestigious award is given annually by ASU in recognition of cutting edge projects and programs that significantly benefit... Read more »