Banned Books: When Books Are Threatened, Where Do We Turn?
The State of American Journalism: Where Are We, Where Are We going?
[VIRTUAL] Miami Book Fair in Conversation: Queer Writing on Growing Up with the AIDS Crisis
Writing Community: Place-Based Journalism in a Fracturing Age
[VIRTUAL] The Counter Narrative Project: HIV Justice & Journalism Roundtable
Keynote – Effecting Change in a Changing World: Latinx Writers on Immigration
Best Practices for Journalists Reporting on Domestic & Sexual Violence
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Thanks to everyone who made our Saturday event, "Choosing Community," so invigorating!
ICYMI: a recording is coming soon.
Special thanks to @TamoaC @wilkinebrutus @gamarrae @EvelynPR @Laywony @anaspelaez @FlaGrassroots @sanctuary_arts @miami_freedom @VACaucus @cubanospalante.
“In many ways,” @DrIbram Kendi said, “this book banning is the latest effort for people to think that the existential threat is not #racism... the existential threat is not #sexism... the existential threat is not #transphobia... it’s just vicious, man.” https://thehilltoponline.com/2022/09/26/dr-ibram-x-kendi-and-rep-cori-bush-discuss-censorship-in-america/
Black voters matter. During #ALC51, join Yosef Getachew from @CommonCause, Candice Fortman from @media_outlier & Heather Harding from @campaignfuture at @PressClubDC in DC on 9/28 to discuss how we can empower Black voters by fighting disinformation. RSVP: http://bit.ly/3r7sScs