Fight censorship – and poor grammar – all at once!

Want to save journalism one typo at a time?

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University’s newly independent student news outlet needs help copy editing.

After FAMU’s journalism school shut down the campus newspaper, student editors launched an unofficial news site, Ink and Fangs. Now they need help proofing copy.

SPJ and Region 3 director Michael Koretzky are giving volunteers free registration to MediAtlanta, a First Amendment Free Food Festival T-shirt and a resume critique by Mr. Koretzky himself, a hiring editor at a chain of city magazines.

To quote the Region 3 blog, you’ll also receive, “of course, lots of good karma.”

Check out SPJ Region 3’s Southern Drawl blog to apply.

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  • http://www.northwesterncollege.edu/ Claire D.

    Hey,
    Thanks for the info…I am all for ‘good karma’ :)


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