Strategies for Dealing With An Incoherent National Gun Conversation

Presented at ONA18
September 12, 2018
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Our national conversation on gun culture is an ever-shifting kaleidoscope touching on suicide, handgun violence and mass shootings. By sharing their perspectives on what we get right in our coverage and what media needs to improve in order to save lives, our amazing group of experts will help develop a more coherent approach for covering shooting incidents of all kinds.

This session is designed for:

  • Editors whose newsrooms have ever had to cover a shooting incident of any kind
  • Those feeling lost in the constantly changing narrative around shootings
  • Anyone interested in the ethics of gun coverage

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Interview


Featuring

Akoto Ofori-Atta
Senior Editor, The Trace
Lori Shontz
Instructor of Journalism, University of Oregon
March for Our Lives
Special Representative, March for Our Lives
Versha Sharma
Managing Editor & Senior Correspondent, Teen Vogue
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