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#BlackLivesMatter co-founder Opal Tometi and CCCE founder Lance Bennett featured at Seattle conference on tech and democracy

#BlackLivesMatter co-founder Opal Tometi takes questions from an audience at the Seattle Public Library and also participating via video link from Berlin, following her talk on social media and social movements Friday, Oct. 25. [...]

CCCE hosts “Seattle Journalism’s Possible Futures” Panel

Joy Resmovits (Seattle Times), Anika Anand (Evergrey), Jill Jackson (KUOW), Florangela Davila (Crosscut) On April 23rd, CCCE hosted “Seattle Journalism’s Possible Futures,” a panel discussion featuring local journalists steering innovative projects at the crossroads [...]

April 26, 2019|Categories: news|

Matt Powers releases new book

CCCE Associate Director Matt Powers releases new book.  First in a new Reuters International book series, Powers discusses the way in which NGOs increasingly are taking on journalistic functions, shaping-and sometimes directly producing-international news. How [...]

January 15, 2019|Categories: news|

Symposium: The Shifting Landscape of Public Communication

CCCE, in coordination with the UW Department of Communication and the Simpson Center for the Humanities, hosted a highly successful symposium exploring the “big questions” for scholars concerned with our contemporary media landscape. Entitled “The [...]

January 14, 2019|Categories: news|

UW Sustainability Action Network Gets Green Light

Through a grant awarded by the Campus Sustainability Fund (CSF), an exciting new student-led initiative for a campus wide sustainability action network (UW-SAN) is ready to launch its first year operations. Described as a resource [...]

May 11, 2017|Categories: news|
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