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Howard University Launches Center for Journalism & Democracy

On Tuesday, Howard University (HU) launched the Center for Journalism & Democracy, a unique academic center founded by award-winning journalist and Project 1619 author...

Foundation Awards $1.2 Million to Colleges, Nonprofits to Combat Disinformation in...

The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation recently announced that it is awarding more than $1.2 million in grants to nine universities and...

1619 Project Founder to Join University of North Carolina’s Hussman School...

Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones was named the Knight Chair in Race and Investigative Journalism at the University of North Carolina’s (UNC) Hussman...

Veterans Advocate for More Reporters from the Military

Military veterans are vastly underrepresented in today’s newsrooms. Only 1 percent of veterans who served in the military after September 11, 2001, now work...

Journalists as First Responders: Educators Teach Trauma-Informed Reporting, Self-Care

Lulu Ramadan became a breaking news reporter for The Palm Beach Post shortly after earning her journalism degree from Florida Atlantic University. By the time...

Noticias in the News: Journalism Programs Bring Latinx Voices to the...

For Americans who identify as Hispanic and Latinx, quality news relevant to their interests in mainstream, English-language news media can be hard to find. Although...

In Lieu of ‘Objectivity,’ Journalism Professors Argue for Credibility and...

In late January 2017, a reporter for American Public Media’s business radio show “Marketplace” wrote a blog post on the website Medium entitled “Objectivity...