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    Download Transcriptions: English – Spanish REBUILDING TRUST IN AMERICA: THE CHALLENGE FOR JOURNALISTS On March 16, the Knight Foundation and the Carnegie-Knight Deans gather industry leaders to discuss the growing debate over the traditional journalistic value of objectivity. Moderator Nancy Gibbs, Director of the Shorenstein Center at Harvard, is joined by Meredith Artley, SVP and editor-in-chief, CNN Digital […]

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    Knight Foundation hosts several live shows that explore topics centered on the future of our democracy, community, art and journalism. #Knightlive shows

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    Amid the aftermath of the 2020 elections, we’ve been left with questions and concerns about the health of our democracy. What are new ways in which philanthropic organizations can address these challenges? How can philanthropy continue to ensure pathways to economic opportunity?  In this second conversation from the reimagining democracy series, we spoke with leading […]

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    With everyone grappling over the future of democracy, Kettering and Knight Foundation commissioned 20 leading authors for their perspective on what is philanthropy’s long-term role in strengthening democracy. The result of those ideas appears in an essay compilation and a series of public conversations. The first, between Cathy J. Cohen, Yuval Levin and Daniel M. […]

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    SAVING THE AMERICAN FARM (IN SPECIAL PARTNERSHIP WITH MIAMI BOOK FAIR) How are government policies affecting American farms and rural communities and what can we do to support them? We talk with Sarah Frey, author of  “The Growing Season: How I Built a New Life–and Saved an American Farm” throughout this special series episode of […]

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    BLACK AMERICAN TRAVEL (IN SPECIAL PARTNERSHIP WITH MIAMI BOOK FAIR) How can Black Americans ensure their safety traveling through places in America that still have sundown towns? How has this issue evolved since the age of Jim Crow? On this special series episode of “The Future of Democracy x Miami Book Fair,” we talked with […]

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    RACIAL INEQUALITY AND THE ECONOMY (IN SPECIAL PARTNERSHIP WITH MIAMI BOOK FAIR) How does racism and inequality impact the American economy? Does the presence of discrimination negatively influence the economic output of a country? On this special series episode of “The Future of Democracy x Miami Book Fair,” we sit with Eduardo Porter, author of […]

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    REPORTING ON THE WHITE HOUSE (IN SPECIAL PARTNERSHIP WITH MIAMI BOOK FAIR) In times of extreme political unrest, it is important to understand exactly what is happening presently in Washington D.C and what has gone on in the past. On this special series episode of “The Future of Democracy x Miami Book Fair,” we talk […]

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    LOVE AMID CRISIS (IN SPECIAL PARTNERSHIP WITH MIAMI BOOK FAIR) How did creativity and artistry influence the Black American cultural landscape in the mid to late 1900s? How has that artistic demand changed over the course of the years? On this special series episode of “The Future of Democracy x Miami Book Fair,” we sit […]

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    THE 19TH AMENDMENT, 100 YEARS LATER (IN SPECIAL PARTNERSHIP WITH MIAMI BOOK FAIR) How did the 19th Amendment fundamentally change the trajectory of politics to this day? On this special episode of “The Future of Democracy x Miami Book Fair,” we celebrate the ratification of the 19th Amendment’s 100th anniversary by speaking with Doris Weatherford, […]

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    FINDING THE MODERATE VOICE (IN SPECIAL PARTNERSHIP WITH MIAMI BOOK FAIR) In an increasingly divided political landscape, where is the voice from the middle? On this special episode of “The Future of Democracy x Miami Book Fair,” we’re talking with P.J. O’Rourke, a journalist and New York Times bestselling author. His newest book, “A Cry […]