Gilad Skolnick, a CAMERA Regional Campus Coordinator, returned this Tuesday from speaking at the Grinspoon-Morningstar Internship National Training, located right outside Washington D.C. There he led a writing workshop and taught students about bias in the media. Students learned how to better spot inaccuracies, tips on getting published, and worked on putting together introductions for their letters to the editor.

Issues such as how public opinion influences public policy and the bias found in papers such as the New York Times were touched upon.

The thirty five students present, representing students from across the country, shared challenges that they have faced on their campus with the media, and were provided with CAMERA material to help them in the future. Contact us to find out how you can bring CAMERA to your campus!



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