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We talked to its new crop of board members: “My experience in the area of philanthropy is that if you are addressing important issues, have good ideas, and can show results, people and organizations are willing to support you.”
“Listening is great, and talking to community members is great, but we also have to figure out how to be of use.”
“Reclaim Your Brain” acknowledges “the effect that the news cycle is having on us psychologically.”
“It’s quite lazy to say that young people don’t care about news.”
That “rapper” accused of billions in crypto fraud was also a Forbes contributor. Is it finally time to move past the contributor network? Joshua Benton
Frazier was honored with a special citation for her video, which “spurred protests against police brutality around the world.”
Airspace, like the internet, might be theoretically universal, but that doesn’t stop governments from treating it as a weapon against dissent.
As a scholar who researches media coverage of police and protests, I believe Toledo’s death exposes a blind spot in journalism: a tendency to go with the “police said” narrative without outwardly questioning if it is right.