Geneva Overholser on The Quest to Diversify Media and More...
January 9, 2014
The Front Door Project is a 14-month series of online initiatives that examines the state of diversity and the media, provide recommendations to help the industry move forward, and nurture the careers of new journalists. This body of work will provide insights into younger audiences and audiences of color as well as steps to improve coverage and business practices across the fault lines of race, class, gender, generation and geography.
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Dori Maynard in Memoriam:
Dori J. Maynard: A Legacy of Fierce Love (March 3, 2015)
By Sally Lehrman
Dori's memorial service, Newseum:
Link to view to entire service at the Newseum (1:34:45): https://youtu.be/Xl5TJqEcKD4
Dori's memorial service, Chapel of the Chimes:
Link to view the entire service at Chapel of the Chimes (1:00:56): http://youtu.be/2oL1IkAnCEU
Link to view highlights from the service (05:24): http://youtu.be/tqoAxZ-ZoN4
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