Freedom Forum founder Al Neuharth interviewed Hong Kong publisher @jimmylaiapple at the dawn of China’s takeover of Hong Kong. He couldn’t imagine anyone silencing the courageous journalist, but this week Lai’s voice was stilled when police arrested him as China cracks down on dissent.
This column expresses the views of David Callaway and Trey Daniel of the Georgia Rights, Responsibility, Respect Project. With August upon us, many Americans are preparing for their children to return to school. Educators find themselves balancing the concerns that in-person learning is too dangerous with the potential for students to behind academically in the […]
By Gene Policinski and Benjamin Marcus The landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision Monday declared that a federal law prohibiting discrimination in employment does protect LGBTQ workers. But the court also deliberately left “for future cases” to decide how it would rule if an employer argues the law violates their religious beliefs about employing gay or […]
Tens of thousands of Americans in all 50 states are raising anguished voices and marching in the streets to protest 400 years of systemic injustice against black Americans.
Participants in Power Shift Project workshops and webinars have suggested books, podcasts and videos that offer new insights on the history of race and privilege; the benefits of diversity; overcoming hidden biases; and reporting on diverse communities.
Lauren Leander, an Arizona nurse who works in a coronavirus intensive care unit, discusses her recent silent counterprotest in support of healthcare workers and patients at a rally to reopen Arizona.
On Monday, May 4, 2020, the Freedom Forum adds the stories of 11 men and women to its Journalists Memorial to represent all journalists who died or were killed while reporting the news in 2019. COVID-19 precautions forced the cancellation of a public ceremony, but the list of journalists being added this year, their stories […]