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.
– Race, Protests and Journalism Ethics
– Stories from the Frontlines: Journalists and Protests with CNN's Brian Stelter
– Censorship: Getting Past Reporting Roadblocks in the Time of COVID-19
– College Media Revenue Reversal
– A Semester Sendoff from Jorge Ramos: Journalism Needs You Now More Than Ever
SPJ and the Journalism Education Association are looking to match journalists and K-12 teachers in a nationwide effort to bring more journalism education to schools. The project, #Press4Education, provides lesson plans, presentations and other resources to journalists who want to volunteer to share their knowledge. Get the details and get involved here.
– 7/01/20: ElectionSOS
– 7/17/20: The art and craft of the interview: How to deeply listen
– 7/28/20: ICTalks: Finding Local Resources With A Global Impact
– 7/29/20: Writing About the World in 2020: Dignity and Precision in Language
– 7/29/20: Being heard: How to use your voice so people listen
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