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Resource ID: #508
Subject: 365
Source: Sally Lehrman, Venise Wagner - 975Sally Lehrman, Venise Wagner
Affiliation: Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, San Francisco State UniversityMarkkula Center for Applied Ethics, San Francisco State University
Date: 1905-07-06



How do bus routes, traffic lights and barren streets build inequity into society? In this session we will show how to explore unequal outcomes in schools, health and criminal justice from a more complex and revealing vantage point. Participants will learn new reporting strategies to investigate how public policy and institutions shape unequal outcomes for different groups in society. You'll also learn new tools and techniques to help you accurately and fairly report on the factors at play in stories about disparity.

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