Of Newsrooms and Race
Recent events at The Inquirer and The New York Times raise questions both about racial hierarchy and the commitment to open discourse
Ali Velshi, From The Frontlines
The MSNBC anchor and Citizen board member on covering the protests, getting shot by a so-called rubber bullet, and whether the First Amendment is in peril
Trump v. The Media
Feeling anxious with every headline from D.C.? On Tuesday, join a panel of journalists from the frontlines to talk about why a free press mattersJun
Free Press in the Trump Age
Tuesday, Jun 12, 2018
6:30 pm-8:00 pm
at University of Pennsylvania School of Law, Michael A. Fitts Auditorium
Presented in partnership with The Lenfest Institute for Journalism
Where is Home?
A Penn student’s program for African immigrant children explores what it means to have a home in two worlds—and what language to say it in
Guest Commentary: How to Make Philly a Publishing Hub
In response to our writer’s piece on recapturing Philly’s media heyday, a local journalist and software developer sees a path forward: Capitalizing on our indy media scene
The Once and Future Publishing Capital?
Let’s make Philly a major media hub. It would bring jobs, people and fun to Philly
The Real Fake News
Media coverage of a Drexel professor’s “White Genocide” Christmas tweet raises the question: What is news, anyway?