Join us to answer the question: “How can community and ethnic media communicate effectively and equitably about COVID-19 research to your community?”
Reflecting on a year of firsts
Throughout her career, Chicago journalist Laura Washington sees her specialty as covering racial and social justice—but when she started out, that was often seen as a form of advocacy. “And when people would say that to me back then, I would say, why wouldn’t anyone care about racial justice? Why does that make you biased or unfair, because you’re working toward fairness? And now I don’t think people see it that way anymore.”
Continuing the Chicago Community, Media & Research Partnership during COVID-19
Midwest supper clubs, The Staple Singers, and minor league baseball. Newspapers, radio, documentaries, books and blogs. Dave Hoekstra is omnivorous in his approach to journalism, and the kinds of stories he likes to tell.
Headlines from our April newsletter: Coronavirus resources, Terkel news, a new blog featuring Tracy Baim, and more
To our Chicago community, What can I say that you haven’t already heard about COVID-19 that would be enough to ease the pain, anxiety or…