We believe in open dialogue, respectful discourse and the idea that power benefits from inclusion, rather than exclusion. We believe in not being silent even if the discussion is difficult.
In April, 2015, we hosted a national specialized reporting institute to help reporters better cover the issues of race, police and community....
"My life belongs to the whole community, as as long as I live it is my privilege to do for it what I can." Studs Terkel quotes George Bernard Shaw
Magda Panetlis runs the Polish Daily News. She talks about the impact Public Narrative’s ethnic and community media project had on revitalizing her news organization.
"I love the Studs Terkel Awards ... to meet journalists who inspire me. ... this work is so important." ~ Monica Eng, WBEZ
Our journalism fellow, Mirkica Popovik, on the Chicago Housing Initiative Coalition budget crisis.
Public Narrative’s own Stephen Franklin is recently sat down with our friends at WBEZ’s Worldview to talk about his time in Sudan. While in Sudan, he…
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The state of police community relations is a critical issue today. We held a two-day workshop with national and local journalists on the facts, analyses and reporting strategies to make their reporting matter. There's also two guides journalists can use for covering violence.
Is it the Likes? The followers? The hits? Or all of it that matters to you when looking at social media? What numbers do you need to pay attention to? Let’s take a walk through some of the numbers and your most frequently asked questions.