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Resource ID: #586
Subject: 83
Source: Tim Henderson, Malik Singleton, David Herzog, Nikole Hannah-Jones - 1494Tim Henderson, Malik Singleton, David Herzog, Nikole Hannah-Jones
Affiliation: Pew Stateline, New York University, ProPublicaPew Stateline, New York University, ProPublica
Date: 1905-07-07



The journalists on this panel have sparked debate and action from their reporting on social disparities and economic inequality. They have also produced key examples of interactive data-driven storytelling that amateur and advanced professionals will appreciate. This session will look at their investigations about recent national news, with particular focus on:

• Data that demonstrates the "resegregation" of American schools and the methodologies used;

• Data related to the President's "Middle class economics" proposals;

• Data about "economic harassment" in Ferguson, Mo., and elsewhere;

• How data reporters can proceed when there's a serious lack of data on controversial events.

*Moderated by Malik Singleton, New York University

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