Stories with 'journalism' tag

Seattle Arts & Lectures Journalism Series–Dean Baquet & Marty Baron

Two of the leading voices in journalism, Dean Baquet, the executive editor of the New York Times, and Marty Baron, the executive editor of the Washington Post, will be in conversation about the importance of investigative journalism and the path forward for media in this political era.

/ November 30, 2018

Seattle Arts & Lectures Women You Need to Know (WYNK)–Soraya Chemaly

Soraya Chemaly is an award‐winning writer and activist whose works focus on the role of gender in culture, politics, religion, and media. Rage Becomes Her (2018) is her conversation‐shifting book that urges women to understand their anger, embrace its power, and use it for positive change.

/ November 26, 2018

Seattle Arts & Lectures Literary Arts Series–Katherine Boo

Katherine Boo, author of Behind the Beautiful Forevers, is an internationally celebrated journalist on a quest to amplify the voices of underprivileged populations. Boo’s latest reporting explores social mobility in low-income families, drawing on years of intimate reporting in African-American neighborhoods in Washington, D.C.

/ November 26, 2018

Jill Lepore

Jill Lepore is an award-winning history professor at Harvard University and a staff writer at The New Yorker. In her new book, These Truths: A History of the United States (September 2018), Lepore offers a magisterial account of the origins and rise of a divided nation.

/ August 14, 2018

Van Jones

Van Jones is a social entrepreneur, CNN political contributor, and host of The Van Jones Show on CNN. Famous for his heartfelt election night coverage, Jones showed up as “the voice of reason” for people in red and blue states throughout the volatile 2016 political season.

/ August 14, 2018

Hey, Seattle: What makes you trust the news you read?

We’re helping the Reynolds Journalism Institute learn how people decide what information to trust, and would love your help. Got a few minutes? Fill out our survey.

/ February 10, 2017