Photo night with Nick Ut, AP’s legendary ‘Napalm Girl’ photographer

Photojournalist Nick Ut will share his work at the Pen and Pencil on Thursday, February 22nd at 8 p.m. He recently retired after 51 years with the Associated Press.

Photo night with Nick Ut, AP’s legendary ‘Napalm Girl’ photographer

Photojournalist Nick Ut will share his work at the Pen and Pencil on Thursday, February 22nd at 8 p.m. He recently retired after 51 years with the Associated Press. Born in Vietnam, Nick Ut joined the Associated Press at age 16 following the death of his older brother, an AP photographer.

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Photo Night: 2017 Year in Review

It’s that time again! The annual Year in Review presentation will take place at the Pen & Pencil Club in Philadelphia on February 7, 2018 at 8 p.m. The submission deadline is January 16, 2018 at 11:59 p.m. EST. Click the post below for complete details.

Photo Night: 2017 Year in Review

It’s that time again! The annual Year in Review presentation will take place at the Pen & Pencil Club in Philadelphia on February 7, 2018 at 8 p.m. Once again, David Maialetti will curate submissions and produce a multimedia program that will showcase the best work from last year.

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Philadelphia Solutions Journalism Collaborative seeking next topic

For the past year, the Center for Public Interest Journalism has been supporting The Reentry Project, a collaborative news initiative about the challenges of — and solutions to — prisoner reentry in Philadelphia. Thanks to a grant from The Lenfest Institute, the partnership now plans to expand to cover more topics beginning in 2018.

Philadelphia Solutions Journalism Collaborative director Jean Friedman-Rudovsky explains:

Help us decide what to report on | Solutions Journalism Network

In 2018, more than dozen of your local newsrooms and universities will take a step towards rectifying this by collectively reporting on an issue of critical importance to our city from a solutions-oriented perspective. – Jean Friedman-Rudovsky, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News

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Looking back at #KleinCamp17

Klein News Innovation Camp kicks off at Annenberg Hall.

Philadelphia’s 9th annual un-conference on the future of news took place at Klein College in November and took on a new name: Klein News Innovation Camp.

It’s the biggest gathering of journalists, editors and media makers in the Philadelphia region each year. Here’s a recap:

Sessions:

These were the 2017 Klein News Innovation Camp sessions

Aided by several pre-submitted sessions and your own plans, we had another year of thoughtful discussions at this unconference on the future of news. The spreadsheet attendees had is here, or find below. 10AM What can the analog humanities teach us about digital journalism?

Outcomes:

Here are some outcomes from our 9th annual journalism unconference

Here are some tweets from the many about the 2017 Klein News Innovation Camp! Daniel Victor of the New York Times reminds that reporters talking to people remains the best way to represent our work Jess Estepa of USA Today hosted a popular self-care session Washington Posts’s Aram Zucker-Scharff talked about a new era of the personalized web.

Next year:

We are already planning next year’s event and you can stay in touch by subscribing for email updates, following along on twitter at @KleinNewsCamp or watching our home page at kleincamp.com.

Nobody goes home hungry after Klein Camp.

ICYMI: Tweets from Klein Camp

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The Reentry Project hosts culminating events

Throughout 2017, the Center for Public Interest Journalism has been supporting The Reentry Project, a collaborative news initiative about the challenges of — and solutions to — prisoner reentry in Philadelphia. During this fall, the partnership hosted several events:


The Reentry Blueprint:

Formerly incarcerated people delivered a series of talks at The Franklin Institute on strategies to reduce recidivism.

The Reentry Blueprint

Recorded live at the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia. November 15, 2017 The Reentry Blueprint: Stories and Solutions from the Formerly Incarcerated is a free public event to advance the conversation on reentry in Philadelphia by providing a platform for formerly incarcerated people to present effective models that address the challenges facing people with criminal histories.


Power Up Reentry:

Dozens of volunteers came together for a weekend hackathon seeking technological solutions to address challenges facing people returning from incarceration. We met at Industrious Philadelphia and Azavea.

#PowerUpReentry Hackathon

Dozens of volunteers came together in October for PowerUp Reentry: A Digital Solutions Day — in an effort to create tools and services intended to support people through life after incarceration in Philadelphia.


Reentry: Hiring from an untapped pool

Business leaders discussed the benefits of hiring formerly incarcerated people during a breakfast at the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia and presented by the Philadelphia Media Network.

Business leaders discuss benefits of hiring formerly incarcerated people

This morning in Philadelphia, The Reentry Project hosted ” Reentry: Hiring from an untapped pool,” a panel discussion about hiring formerly incarcerated people. Panelists seated from left included Donna Allie, PhD, president and CEO of Team Clean, Jeff Brown, chief executive of Brown’s Super Stores Inc., Bob Logue, president of Quaker City Coffee and Beth Tiewater, director of development and programs of Baker Industries.


If These Walls Could Talk: Solving Reentry and Recidivism

Last summer, The Reentry Project collaborated WURD Radio and the Philadelphia Media Network for a discussion hosted at the African American Museum in Philadelphia.

If These Walls Could Talk: Solving Reentry and Recidivism

Brought to you by WURD, The Reentry Project, Philadelphia Media Network and WHYY. This unique event assembles voices from both sides of the prison system to candidly discuss the challenges that make reentry such a difficult hurdle. Our ultimate goal? Finding and replicating solutions that work.


Nine students from Temple’s Klein College of Media and Communication have been involved with The Reentry Project in 2017. Visit out staff page.

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