Design tells its own story, and great designers want their work to reflect the diversity of our world. In this one-hour webinar, we’ll provide tools to counteract unconscious bias in yourself and your audience.
One of the greatest skills a reporter can have is being able to understand another person’s perspective and then share that story. How do you gain someone’s trust that you will treat their story with dignity?
The High School Journalism Program is one of the longest-running programs at The Poynter Institute. Founded along with the Institute in 1975, its goal is to give young people the chance to learn about writing and develop a passion for the values and craft of journalism.
What does your community really think of your work? The answer will determine what’s most important in your efforts to demonstrate credibility and earn trust. Let’s talk about how you solicit feedback — and what you do with what you learn.
DATE TBD in FALL 2020
You look to Poynter to inspire responsible journalism. You rely on NPR to bring you the news and information to navigate your world. And Korva Coleman is your guide through the news of the day.…