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Theis the nations most broad-based journalism organization, dedicated to encouraging the free practice of journalism and stimulating high standards of ethical behavior.
Being a journalist can be rough, especially during times of turmoil. While the most difficult situations for journalists have historically been covering war zones, recent events prove journalists in the United States now face threats and danger while reporting on their home turf.
SPJ has partnered with experienced Black and LGBT journalists and educators, including the Trans Journalists Association. Theyll offer concrete advice for your specific situation.
Even if you choose not to follow that advice, youll hang up with an enlightened grasp of the issues currently roiling the news media. And whatever happens on your call, its all off the record.
Is your organization hosting an event you think would be of interest to journalists? Add it to our calendar!
Upcoming SPJ events
5/07/21: Last-Minute Tax Tips for 2021 Filing
5/26/21: SPJ Freelance Community Board meeting
Additional upcoming events
5/10/21: Career Connection: Defining your digital footprint
5/13/21: Reading Through: New reading group from the National Press Club Journalism Institute
Artificial intelligence is everywhere the result of algorithms meant to make our lives better. But what happens when those algorithms arent fair? And what happens when its government agencies that are using artificial intelligence to conduct the peoples business?
This project will highlight examples of reporting on artificial intelligence and tips for how you can find similar stories on your beats.
Closely organized around SPJ's Code of Ethics, this updated edition uses real-life case studies to demonstrate how students and professionals in journalism and other communication disciplines identify and reason through ethical dilemmas.