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How responsible is the media for calling out a candidate's untruths? Has the media employed a double-standard in reporting on Hillary Clinton's candidacy? What role has gender played? How have different media shaped (and misshaped) the campaign? How has the ascent of social media altered the role of the traditional press? What lessons do we need to draw from media coverage of this election? What changes need to be considered? What is the role of media in a democracy?
Join the conversation with a group of deeply engaged political and media analysts one week before the most important election of our lifetimes. Speakers include Joan Walsh, Farai Chideya, Rinku Sen, and Katha Pollit. Moderated by Laura Flanders with a special introduction by Katrina vanden Heuvel.
Just days after the 2016 general election, Women Donors Network will gather to reflect, analyze, and strategize in our efforts to build a more progressive and equitable future. We will also learn about Detroit, a city that is a case study for renewal and rebirth in the face of massive industrial restructuring, job loss, and environmental and education crises.
Laura Flanders will be a special guest and speaker at WDN Connect 2016. Click see the full list of confirmed speakers and learn more about this year’s program, visit conference.womendonors.org.
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