Diplomacy and Dialogue: Protest vs Riot in Journalism featuring Edward R. Murrow Fellows

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Thursday, February 10, 2022 (All day)

Virtual on Zoom!

 Let's hear from some journalists on how the media approaches this cornerstone of democracy. A protest is usually organized a "public demonstration of disapproval" of some law, policy, idea, or state of affairs, while a riot is “a disturbance of the peace created by an assemblage of usually three or more people acting with a common purpose and in a violent and tumultuous manner to the terror of the public.” (Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law)

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