National Day of Racial Healing
Watch TRHT Kalamazoo's National Day of Racial Healing event.
“When do I disclose my pronouns during a job search?:” Transgender and Non-binary folks discuss navigating the workforce
Unemployment in the United States reached a high of 14.7 percent this April, a greater increase than those seen during the Great Recession. Interestingly enough, April’s unemployment rate was lower than the unemployment rate for transgender and non-binary folk prior to the COVID-induced recession.
"The Right To Report" A Free Virtual Training with The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press
On December 9th, 2020 Shannon Jankowski from The Reporters Committee for The Freedom of the Press shared an engaging presentation about the legal rights of Journalists while reporting in the field.
Local government officials and activists come forward to save the Kalamazoo River from another ecological disaster
The 178-mile long Kalamazoo River is home to several species of fish, turtles, birds, and plant life, and provides an adopted home for kayakers, fisherman, and tourists in Southwest Michigan. In 2020, the river became home to another occupant: mud. [Image by the Kalamazoo River Alliance.]
The Social Dilemma Screening and Discussion
We tweet, we like, and we share — but what are the consequences of our growing dependence on social media? Join us on January 28th, 2021 at 6:00 PM to discuss 'The Social Dilemma'.
Staying Safe While Reporting The Truth with the Committee to Protect Journalists
On December 1st, the Committee to Protect Journalists and the Southwest Michigan Journalism Collaborative shared 'Staying Safe While Reporting The Truth: A free virtual workshop with the Committee to Protect Journalists'.
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