Journalism & Media

SEJ Members: Volunteer To Organize an #SEJWebinar

Your unique experiences and insights can inspire and empower fellow members of SEJ. That’s why we’re thrilled to announce the launch of our newly redesigned webinar format, focusing on our members and your stories. Check out the first in this new format, “Covering Contaminated Sites in Your Community” with SEJ member Jordan Gass-Pooré. Learn more.

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October 28, 2023

NAHJ Workshop in Chicago: Breaking Boundaries for Media Equality

The National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) invites midwest-area journalists to attend a free half-day, in-person training at DePaul University. Keynote is 'Fact-checking isn't just for fact-checkers,' with presenter Monique Curet, assistant editor at PolitiFact.

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September 26, 2023

Time and Project Management for Freelancers With The Writers' Co-op

If you feel like you could benefit from more ideas on how to manage your time or projects, join The Writer's Co-op for a webinar to help you better understand ways to improve your workflow as a freelancer. 3:00-4:00 p.m. ET.

October 4, 2023 to October 18, 2023

The Writers' Co-op: Fresh Paint Clinic

Update or build your portfolio with The Writers' Co-op over three weeks, online and interactive.


To Cover Climate Equity Well, Journalists Must Maintain Mental Health

When climate journalists — especially those confronting various forms of oppression in their own communities — witness environmental destruction and human suffering, the trauma can creep into our psyches. But sometimes our professional stance keeps us from seeing the harm to our mental health. In her new Voices of Environmental Justice column, Yessenia Funes looks at the question head-on, exploring resources and paths to better self-care.

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