Showing 11 results for tag Journalism

Simple Respect

A Eugene newspaper set out to publish obituaries for people who die while homeless. The project raises questions about transparency, privacy, and storytelling.

Magazine | April 26, 2022

Consider This: Journalism, Democracy, and the Informed Citizen

Join Josephine Community Library for Consider This: Journalism, Democracy, and the Informed Citizen, facilitated by policy researcher Charles F. Rund, on March 3 at 6:00 p.m. at the Grants Pass branch of Josephine Community Library.

Event | March 3, 2022

Consider This: Journalism, Democracy, and the Informed Citizen

Join Josephine Community Library for Consider This: Journalism, Democracy, and the Informed Citizen, facilitated by policy researcher Charles F. Rund, on March 10 at 6:00 p.m. at the Grants Pass branch of Josephine Community Library.

Event | March 10, 2022

Consider This: Journalism, Democracy, and the Informed Citizen

Join Josephine Community Library for Consider This: Journalism, Democracy, and the Informed Citizen, facilitated by policy researcher Charles F. Rund, on March 17 at 6:00 p.m. at the Grants Pass branch of Josephine Community Library.

Event | March 17, 2022

Consider This with Omar El Akkad

A live conversation with the author of American War and What Strange Paradise.

Consider This | November 29, 2021

Community Storytelling Fellowship

The Community Storytelling Fellowship supports storytellers working in any medium—written journalism, audio, video, comics, photography, and more—in sharing stories from communities they are part of. Three fellowships are awarded each year.

Other Projects | November 2, 2021

Consider This with Leah Sottile

A conversation with Leah Sottile, an Oregon journalist who has done in-depth reporting on extremist right-wing movements in the western United States. We'll talk about how fringe religious and political movements have grown and gained political power in the western United States.

Event | March 16, 2021

Intisar Abioto and Kimberly A. C. Wilson on the Stories of Black Artists in Oregon

A conversation with 2018 Emerging Journalists, Community Stories fellow Intisar Abioto and Kimberly A. C. Wilson, her mentor for the fellowship, on celebrating Black presence and creativity in Oregon.

Beyond the Margins | April 25, 2019

Les Zaitz and Caitlyn May on Journalism in Rural Communities

A conversation with 2018 Emerging Journalists, Community Stories fellow Caitlyn May and Les Zaitz, her mentor for the fellowship, on the challenges and rewards of working as a journalist in rural communities in Oregon.

Beyond the Margins | April 25, 2019

Emilly Prado and Inara Verzemnieks on Journalism and Representation

A conversation with 2018 Emerging Journalists, Community Stories fellow Emilly Prado and Inara Verzemnieks, her mentor for the fellowship, on questions of representation and responsibility in writing about immigration.

Beyond the Margins | April 25, 2019

Civil Discourse and Civil Resistance

Oregon Humanities’ 2018–19 Think & Drink series examines themes of journalism and justice.

Magazine | December 13, 2018