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‘Then I Knew,’ News-Democrat documentary screening/community forum on April 25

A documentary project produced by the Belleville News-Democrat, ‘Then I Knew’ examines race and identity by asking African-Americans about the first time they realized that the color of their skin could affect the way they are treated. Reporter Cara Anthony … Continue reading

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Food! Drink! Journalism!

The St. Louis Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists invites you to a happy-hour networking evening at iTap in the Central West End. The chapter has recently elected new officers and is in the process of developing new … Continue reading

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SPJ St. Louis commends journalists reporting on Ferguson

Glass. Gas. Bricks. Rocks. Flames. Freezing temperatures. Fear. Rage. These are among the many obstacles St. Louis-area journalists struggled against Monday to report on grand jury findings in the Michael Brown shooting and subsequent civic outrage. The journalists rushed into … Continue reading

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News at Noon explores lockdown at Kirkwood High School

When an¬†undercover KSDK (Channel 5) reporter walked unchallenged into Kirkwood High¬†School, triggering a lockdown, the media became the news story. KSDK’s visit was one of five made by the television station to schools in the region, according to the Webster-Kirkwood … Continue reading

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