Vision25: Building Racial Equity in Newsrooms

October 1, 2020

Today, we’re announcing Vision25: Building Racial Equity in Newsrooms, a catalyst in a social change movement that seeks to build journalistic institutions where newsrooms are actively anti-racist and collaborative, and journalists of color feel like they truly belong. This movement...

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Remembering Richard S. Holden

April 21, 2020

Richard S. Holden wore many hats in his illustrious life – all of them well. He was an editor extraordinaire. The first memory for most participants in the Maynard Institute’s Editing Program for Minority Journalists is that he had been...

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Remembering Eugene Kane

April 21, 2020

Eugene Kane, a longtime columnist for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and a graduate of the Maynard Institute’s Summer Program for Minority Journalists, died April 16 at the age of 63. Kane was known for his award-winning column, Raising Kane, in...

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Converse & Convene

November 5, 2018

With trust in the media still recovering from an all-time low in 2016, the Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education convened a group of journalists and other stakeholders Oct. 29 for a candid conversation about their roles in a...

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