Monthly Archive: September 2013
This is going to sound ridiculous at first.
An SPJ chapter in Florida is raising money for a troubled reporter in Chicago – even though he hasn’t asked for the help, and even though a judge might not allow it. Continue reading
On August 30, media blogger Jim Romenesko wrote about a resolution proposing a name change of the Society of Professional Journalists to the “Society for Professional Journalism.”
Here’s what members and the public have to say about the idea:[View the story “Discussing SPJ’s potential name change” on Storify] Continue reading
I’ve mentioned five reasons to change SPJ’s name. Here are five excuses not to.
1. It’ll cost too much.
2. It won’t lure new members and will scare off existing ones. Continue reading
Even though I have a penis, I can join the National Organization for Women.
And even though I have very little pigment, I can join the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Continue reading