Philadelphia journalists: Catch a ride to the next CPIJ community conversation, April 3rd in Northeast Philadelphia

Reserve your spot now to join the Center for Public Interest Journalism for our next community conversation, focusing on the Holmesburg, Mayfair and Tacony communities of Northeast Philadelphia. We will gather at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 3rd at the offices of the Mayfair Community Development Corporation, at 2990 St. Vincent Street.


Journalists gather with community leaders at our last community conversation, at the Media Mobilizing Project in West Philadelphia last fall.

Participating organizations include the Mayfair CDC, Mayfair Civic, Holmesburg Civic Association, Tacony Civic Association, Mayfair Business Association, Mayfair Town Watch, Tacony/Holmesburg Town Watch and the Northeast Quality of Life Coalition.

CPIJ will provide sandwiches at the event and free transportation, leaving from the Temple University Center City campus at 15th and Market Streets at 6:15 p.m., with a return trip after the meeting.

You can RSVP now to attend the meeting, and please indicate in the form’s comments box if you will be joining us for the ride.

Temple University Journalism Professor George Miller will moderate once again.

Watch our videos to learn more: CPIJ has been organizing series of conversations on news coverage of diverse communities in Philadelphia, including previous events at Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church, Asian Arts Initiative the Norris Square Civic Association and at the Media Mobilizing Project. A complete video report will follow this event as well.

Please share your observations and suggestions for next steps and future events in the comments area below, on our Facebook page or via Twitter @CPIJournalism.

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The Center for Public Interest Journalism was created in 2010 to support programming and projects intended to improve the quantity and quality of public interest news and information in the Greater Philadelphia area.

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