Programs

Current Initiatives
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#HumCitizen: Common Place

Minnesota

Multiple Locations, MN – [community forums] Three community forums in three different communities with Native American tribal nations will examine how journalism and democracy intersect in communities with both tribal and non-tribal governments. Events will bring together journalists, members of the tribes, and community leaders to discuss the way the media had traditionally represented indigenous people. (Public)

#HumCitizen: What Comes to Light

Alabama

Multiple Locations, AL – [public forums, discussions] A series of public forums hosted in three different Alabama communities geared toward young people and designed to celebrate and explore journalists’ work uncovering stories in 20th and 21st century Alabama. Local reporters and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists will offer historic and current perspectives on the role the news media plays in small towns. (Youth, Public)

#HumCitizen: Journalism: Now More Than Ever?

South Dakota

Multiple Locations, SD – [forums, lectures, festival] A year-long series of public forums and keynote events culminating with the South Dakota Festival of the Book featuring Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists. Events will cover the challenges of interpreting news. (Public)

#HumCitizen: Democracy and the Informed Citizen

Texas

Select Locations, TX – [lectures, workshops, teacher institutes] A series of public lectures by high-profile Pulitzer Prize-winning historians that are open to the public and to teachers attending council-sponsored teacher institutes. Also includes a one-day media literacy workshop for teachers and a month-long exhibition examining photos and videos by Pulitzer winners. (Teachers, Public)

#HumCitizen: The Anatomy of Change

New York

New York City, NY – [panel] A four-part series of public programs that presents a “forensic” approach to the examination of Pulitzer Prize works of non-fiction with author panels organized around provocative themes: migration & housing, climate change, racial discrimination, & truth and lies in politics. (Public)

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