Power Shift Project

2018 Chips Quinn Scholars Program Kicks off in Nashville, Tenn.

Chips Quinn Scholars 25th Anniversary

The program, which is the Freedom Forum Institute’s most enduring diversity initiative, provides training and mentoring for aspiring student journalists.
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Dear interns, we’re sorry. We should have warned you about sexual harassment.

Interns are vulnerable to sexual harassment at work but we didn’t warn them about it. The #MeToo movement showed us our mistake and we’re changing.
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Ten Ethics Lessons From the #MeToo Movement in Media — and Beyond

Power Shift Project

Jill Geisler, Newseum Institute fellow and leader of the Power Shift Project, on the mistakes that enable sexual misconduct in the workplace.
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‘Power to the Interns’: Creating Safer Newsrooms

See takeaways from the Newseum Institute’s “Power to the Interns” program, which focused on how universities and employers can prepare interns for work in a #MeToo world.
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Newseum Launches Initiative to Combat Sexual Misconduct in the Media

Power Shift Project

The initiative is based on solutions identified in a new report, which addresses workplace sexual misconduct as a real and urgent problem masked by silence and enabled by power imbalance.
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The Power Shift Summit Is Over But The Work Is Not

Power Shift Summit

On Jan. 9, the Newseum hosted the Power Shift Summit, a high-level gathering of invited leaders across journalism and the media that focused on combating sexual misconduct in news organizations.
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On Jan. 9, 2018, the Newseum Will Host ‘The Power Shift Summit’

Power Shift Summit

Leaders in the media industry will address challenges and identify solutions to sexual misconduct in the newsroom.
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