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Race and the Media: Two newspapers address 100+ years of racism
Join STUFF (Wellington, NZ) editorial director Mark Stevens and Kansas City Star president and editor Mike Fanin talk about the deep dives into the past practices of their papers on reporting about race and minorities. Jesse Holland of CSPAN hosts the event.

STUFF: https://www.stuff.co.nz/pou-tiaki/our-truth/300165985/our-truth-t-mtou-pono-stuffs-day-of-reckoning?utm_source=CJR+Daily+News&utm_campaign=63873e992b-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2020_11_11_06_33_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_9c93f57676-63873e992b-174328541&mc_cid=63873e992b&mc_eid=62bf30b031

Kansas City Star: https://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article247928045.html

Feb 2, 2021 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Mike Fanin
President/Editor @Kansas City Star
Mike Fannin is president and editor of The Kansas City Star and oversees five newsrooms in McClatchy's Central Region. In his 12 years, Fannin has edited stories that have won the Robert F. Kennedy Award, the George Polk Award and been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service. His newsrooms have produced work that earned many national and regional honors and prompted changes in state laws, led to the resignations of political and business leaders and created positive impact in local communities.
Mark Stevens
Editor @STUFF, Welington, NZ
Mark Stevens serves as editorial director for Stuff since 2017 and responsible for the editorial vision, including the group’s 60 national, regional and community newspapers. He previously spent most of his 26 year career in Wellington on Stuff-owned titles as a crime reporter and an editor. He is the Chair of the New Zealand Media Association and sits on the University of Canterbury’s Bachelor of Communications Advisory Board. Stevens is an alumnus of the Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalists.
Jesse Holland
Host @George Washington University/CSPAN
Hosting this session will be award-winning writer, journalist, television personality and educator Jesse Holland. He hosts the Saturday edition of C-SPAN’s Washington Journal and serves as a commentator for NPR’s Here & Now and Black News Channel’s DC Today. Jesse was a longtime Race & Ethnicity writer for The Associated Press as well as seerving as a White House, Supreme Court and Congressional reporter. Jesse is currently an assistant professor at the School of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University, where he teaches beginning news writing, advanced news writing and culture reporting. He is also the advisor to the GWU SPJ chapter.