https://www.facebook.com/newvoicesflorida/videos/784486935084576/ Gretchen Letterman is the program coordinator for Pinellas County’s journalism magnet program. She describes powerful stories her high school students have told.
While getting legislation in during the 2018 legislative year didn’t happen, there are supporters in Florida who are looking forward to bringing it to next year’s legislative session. Part of that hope comes from the fact that there are many other states, like New York and New Jersey, who have introduced New Voices legislation. I’m… Continue reading Bringing New Voices to Florida
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5llLKYlkY9c In December 2017, SPLC Active Voice Fellow Melissa Gomez spoke to Society of Professional Journalists Florida chapter President Christiana Lilly, who has talked to Florida students about how censorship has affected the ways they tell stories. Also learn about what New Voices legislation can do for you.
Melissa Gomez is an 2017-18 Active Voice fellow reporting from Tampa, Fla. When I think about the professional newsrooms I’ve been in, I realize I have been fortunate enough to be able to look up to strong female role models. It’s part of the reason I wanted to be a part of Active Voice. Getting… Continue reading 32 Photojournalists, Not One of them Female