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Climate Scientist Michael E. Mann Leads Annenberg Seminar on Climate Action

Climate scientist Michael E. Mann led a panel discussion on “Urgency, Agency, and Climate Action: The Role of Communication” for the spring 2022 Annenberg Seminar, which was hosted jointly by the Annenberg Public Policy Center (APPC) and the Annenberg School for Communication (ASC).

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DMSI Meeting Develops Big Ideas into Real-World Social Impact

The inaugural cohort of Annenberg and SP2’s Executive Program in Digital Media for Social Impact reflects on how digital tools and platforms can help drive social change.

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The Black Lives Matter Movement, but not COVID-19, Encouraged Voters Toward Biden in the 2020 Election

As swing voters registered more awareness about discrimination against Black Americans, they became more likely to vote for the party they felt would best rectify that — Democrats.

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Chaz Antoine Barracks Named Black and Bold Awards Honoree

Chaz Antoine Barracks, Ph.D., a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for Media at Risk and lecturer in the Annenberg School’s...

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Viewing 2021 Through A Lens: Photojournalist Kylie Cooper C’22 Captures History

Cooper’s annotated photo essay about the liminality of 2021 captured the Capitol insurrection, the Ground Zero commemoration of the 20th anniversary of 9/11, and more.

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Racial Justice Protests Influenced Local News Reporting, Study Finds

A new Media, Inequality, and Change Center report finds that news coverage of policing did become more inclusive and less dehumanizing, but was still heavily slanted toward a police perspective.

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What Can Be Done to Prevent and Resist Image-based Abuse?

A virtual symposium held by Annenberg’s Center for Media at Risk and the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative brought together experts from around the world to share findings, ideas, and solidarity.

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Ten years later, examining the Occupy movement’s legacy

For Jessa Lingel, a decade after Occupy Wall Street’s beginnings presented an opportunity for reflection, which she led this fall semester in a new course.

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Faculty Profile: Sarah J. Jackson, Ph.D.

Get to know Jackson, a Presidential Associate Professor and co-director of the Media, Inequality and Change Center.

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COMPASS Summer Fellowship Program Now Accepting Applications for 2022

Applications for the Consortium on Media Policy Studies Summer Fellowship Program in Washington, D.C. are due January 7, 2022.