Articles by

Ashley Zohn

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    This year, millions of young voters will cast their first-ever ballots in a presidential election. Thanks to unprecedented levels of early voting, many already have. But from the perspective of a young voter today, what does our politics and our media landscape look like?  Voters from Generation Z — those born after 1995, roughly — […]

    Article · October 21, 2020 by

  • Arts

    Crises tend to accelerate trends that were already in motion. Prior to 2020, many arts organizations and funders recognized that arts institutions needed to change to remain relevant in their communities. However, this type of change was slow.  Now, as a result of the pandemic and our current national racial reckoning, many organizations are suddenly […]

    Article · September 11, 2020 by and

  • Communities

    Knight Foundation believes that an equitable and engaged community is one where diverse community members are attached to the place where they live and are invested in their community’s future. And we do this work in 26 cities across the country. One of Knight’s priorities is to accelerate existing momentum to revitalize downtowns and neighborhoods, […]

    Article · August 3, 2020 by and