After the most polarizing election in American history, exacerbated by rampant online misinformation and echo chambers – what do we still have in common, and how do we heal our divisions? Where is Colorado’s post-Election 2020 public square, where we can come together for productive conversations that promote understanding? What is the shifting role of traditional journalism in a “post-truth” world? How might local media play a role in helping communities find and move toward common ground?
Featuring research from
Stephen Hawkins, Director of Research: More in Common
Knight Foundation/Gallup: Trust, Media and Democracy
Terrance Carroll, Colorado State Director, Unite America
Laura Frank, Colorado News Collaborative
Joelle Martinez, Latino Leadership Institute/Building a Better Colorado
Karen Rundlet, Knight Foundation
Nancy Watzman, Local News Initiative, First Draft News
Melissa Davis, Colorado Media Project/Gates Family Foundation
Reeves Brown, Building a Better Colorado
Colorado Media Project | Philanthropy Colorado | News Voices: Colorado
December 3, 2020
9:00 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.
NOTE: Capacity for this Zoom webinar is limited to 100. To accommodate more registrants, we also plan to webcast the event live – please RSVP to receive the links to attend.