Is the Inquirer Too Woke?
The paper’s recent well-meaning story about its own history on race relations raises overdue questions about class, too
What’s So Wrong With David Cohen and Amy Gutmann Being Ambassadors?
An Inquirer news story raises questions about the sunken state of our public conversation
The Age of Denial, Philly-Style
How Councilwoman Helen Gym, Mayor Jim Kenney and even an Inky columnist are catching the allergy to reality
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
Guest Commentary: Public Service Journalism At Its Best
Despite the business struggles of local media across America, a longtime former Inquirer editor says the newspaper’s Covid-19 coverage proves its civic worth everydayJun
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
Is This War?
Things seem to be heating up between The Inquirer and the embattled Attorney General