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FSHC Jun 13
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Rudy Jan 18
So excited to support several friends, speaking tonight about norms for the Nevada Humanities salon. Go Reno!
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Rhetoric@Reno Jan 18
Dr. Amy Pason participates in the latest and chats about norms, democracy, and being a .
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FSHC Jun 27
BREAKING: continues support of national grant program with $1.75M funding award! Program examines role of journalism & humanities in a democratic society & what it means to be an informed citizen. RFPs to be sent this summer.
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Maryland Humanities Apr 18
Neusteter talks about how, in the Netherlands, an arrest is looked on as a failure “instead of celebrated.”
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andrea lewis Apr 16
Excited about this line up. Join us on Thursday. It’s going to be a great discussion.
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Truth & Transformation: Changing Racial Narratives Mar 19
Our breakout sessions are allowing us to gain some really great insights from all participants. We simply could not do this without for moderating The Power of Story.
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Aaron Heinsman Dec 8
“High school students today can get a gun faster than they can get a job.”— As true in Baltimore as it is DC. We must fix this!
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FSHC Sep 5
Explore “Latino Stories of Kansas,” a statewide initiative that seeks to deepen the public’s knowledge of the connections between democracy, the humanities, journalism, and an informed citizenry through the perspective of the Latino experience in Kansas
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Humanities Guåhan Feb 11
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Oregon Humanities Jan 23
We're about to start with , and , talking about journalism and democracy at .
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Atlanta Press Club Jun 26
Variety = a well-rounded perspective. Follow a range of news sources so you can be sure your news intake isn't biased in any one direction. More tips here:
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Phoebe Stein Apr 18
Rebecca Neusteter of explains “mass enforcement causes toxic relationships between community & police...10 million arrests happen a year. 5% of arrests are for violent crime.”
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Nevada Humanities Jan 18
We end with a question from the audience: where do I begin to feel politically empowered? The panel points out that NV has a citizen leg, an inefficient but accessible system.
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Oregon Humanities Jan 23
You can watch tonight's conversation live here:
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Atlanta Press Club Apr 25
In reputable articles, journalists will cite their sources. Here's how else to determine if a piece of online news is trustworthy:
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Brian Boyles Jun 27
Outstanding news for state councils and the public’s humanities. The last two grants showed just how much impact we can have in local communities + local media. Thanks and !
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Phoebe Stein Apr 18
“Everyone wants to live in a safe community where there is justice. These are Americans entitled to justice.” reporter kicks off our conversation about policing.
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Nevada Humanities Jan 18
The people who occupy the positions of power that are the ones crafting the new norms, so says rhetorician Amy Pason. Is this a good thing?
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Nevada Humanities Feb 1
"The State of Rural Journalism" at at the National Cowboy Gathering. Talking about indigenous issues, local presses, and freelance work.
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