Renaissance Journalism ushered in the New Year with LearningLAB 2013, an exciting and well-received multimedia journalism training conference, held in the Journalism and Humanities departments at San Francisco State University on January 11. The conference attracted a sell-out crowd of more than 100 people representing a dynamic mix of Bay Area ethnic and community news organizations, grassroots nonprofit organizations, and foundations.
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It was 1976, and I was 25 years old and just four years out of journalism school. My boss at the San Diego Union told me to high-tail it out to the San Joaquin Valley to cover the story unfolding in the farm town of Chowchilla.
Step away from your daily routine to spend a week in Los Angeles exploring the role that factors such as race, ethnicity, pollution, violence, and transportation and land-use policy play in prospects for good health.