Jul 24, 2019
Today we welcome Paul Constant
Writer and former Stranger editor, moderates a conversation that dives into the challenges and ethical difficulties that Seattle faces in a time when fewer reporters than ever are charged to cover a complex, fast-moving region. Can a city function without a robust independent media? Or will fake news and corporate propaganda undermine our democracy?
Adrienne Russell a Mary Laird Wood Professor in the Department of Communication and Associate Director of the Center for Communication and Civic Engagement at University of Washington.
Clifford “Cliff” Cawthon is a Professor of Political Science and Cultural and Ethnic Studies at Bellevue College and a local freelance journalist, who has reported on housing, racial justice and local politics. In addition to his work as a journalist, he’s also been a workers’ rights and community organizer, working on historic campaigns; such as, the Fight for $15.
Peter Jackson, A freelance journalist, is the former editorial page editor of the Everett Herald. He also worked at Crosscut.com shortly after its inception, writing the “Daily Scan,” a compendium of local news, as well as original stories on local, state and national politics.
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