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Journalism of Color Training Center: Upcoming Community Journalism Training Workshops (online)

Community Journalism: Racial and Social Justice

This discussion and journalism training discusses the racial and social justice (and injustice) implications of community journalism.

Register here: March 30th CDT, 5pm-6pm, via Zoom

Introduction to Community Journalism: Training and Discussion

This training introduces participants to community journalism through a discussion-packed, experiential two-hour training. Participants have the opportunity to explore the role that journalism can play in helping a community build power, the processes of community journalism, and the connections between community journalism and community building.

Register here: April 4th, 6pm-7:30pm CDT, via Zoom

Community Journalism: Best Practices for Justice in Journalism

There are specific practices that we can use in our community journalism that help us to build racial and social justice through our work. This discussion-packed and experiential training will focus on best practices that we can use as community journalists committed to racial and social justice.

Register here: April 7th, 12pm-1:15pm CDT, via Zoom

Community Journalism: Ethics, Objectivity, and Equity

Ethics, objectivity, and our innate biases play a unique role in the community newsroom, even more so in a community newsroom that centers racial and social justice. This training will open up a discussion on ethics in community journalism: what journalistic ethics are, what ethical questions we ask as community journalists, and how we communicate those values and ethics to our larger community.

Register here: April 12th, 5pm-6:15pm CDT, via Zoom

Community Journalism: Power, Tension, and Relationships

Journalism and community organizing are often seen as two ideas that exist in opposition to each other. However community journalism and community organizing are closely intertwined. This training discusses the concepts of power, tension, and relationships within the work of community organizing and community journalism. We also discuss the intersections and conflicts between community journalism and community organizing.

Register here: April 15th, 10am-11:30am CDT, via Zoom

*In-person trainings are currently being scheduled

*All trainings are free, but donations are welcome.

© Cirien Issa Saadeh, PhD

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