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Reynolds Week: Fellows pay tribute to #JeSuisCharlie

The horrific attacks on journalists at the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo have generated sympathy around the world. On Wednesday, Reynolds Week fellows participated in the tribute at the Cronkite

How has social media changed cause marketing?

What do Scotch tape, chewing gum, golf balls and Kentucky Fried Chicken have in common?  Well, at least around October, they are among the myriad products whose packaging blooms pink.

Around the U.S., June means LGBT pride and profit

One of June’s most widespread observances is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month, which as this Library of Congress history page notes, commemorates the Stonewall riots in Manhattan

Companies target powerful Hispanic consumer base

Each fall I typically post a collection of resources for reporters seeking business and economy stories that reflect their audience’s Hispanic members, in recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs

Finding business angles in Black History Month

Every February, myriad events nationwide commemorate and celebrate the country’s African American citizens.  And while many observances focus on history, heritage and culture, there are plenty of angles for business writers,

KC Star series on human trafficking wins RFK award

The Kansas City Star won a Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for its series last year on human trafficking. The awards recognize work that focuses on human rights, social justice and the power of

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