How Are Journalists Building Trust in Underserved Communities?

Presented at ONA19
September 11, 2019
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This event is presented by John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

Community Engagement – How are journalists building trust in underserved communities? What can we learn from community organizers? Join us for a conversation that highlights different approaches across the country from Detroit, Oakland and Philadelphia.


Speakers

Sarah Alvarez
Founder, Outlier Media
Sara Lomax-Reese
President and CEO, WURD Radio
Madeleine Bair
Founder, El Timpano
Cliff Albright
Cofounder, Black Voters Matter

Moderators

Martin Reynolds
Co-executive Director, Maynard Institute
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