Waiting for Justice

  • May 24, 2017
Waiting for Justice

Waiting for Justice, by Arielle Martinez (see also her honors project, The Historical Information Health of Black Communities on Long Island). Arielle investigated a little-known state agency that has, she demonstrated, failed in its duty to protect residents of homes for the disabled. The graph she put together will shock you. Arielle will be producing digital video and interactives for the education department at the Council on Foreign Relations.

@SBUJournalism

Good morning Seawolves! #OutOfAnAbundanceOfCaution and considering some additional ❄️ and 🥶 🌧 and ⬇️🌡 later, ALL classes canceled today (online, hybrid, in-person). Emails and texts to follow but, as you know, #HeardItHereFirst #TwitterGuy @stonybrooku @SBU_OSA @SBUCommuters

Stay safe today, Seawolves! See what's open for SBU Eats and how to get your books from Shop Red and other useful info here: https://bit.ly/2YwPlRY

New year, new name! We are officially the @stonybrooku School of Communication and Journalism. Learn more about this exciting new chapter in our School's history. https://www.stonybrook.edu/journalism/story.php?slug=stony-brook-announces-renamed-school-of-communication-and-journalism

Calling all prospective and admitted @stonybrooku students! Join us on 1/20 at 6 pm for a panel presentation featuring recent journalism graduates, @ReylerTV, @npennisiFOX55 & @LizPulver16. Click here to register https://enroll.stonybrook.edu/register/jschoolgrads21

#MondayMotivation: Professor Dowdy, who's helping students learn how to obtain, understand and use data effectively in their reporting @SBUJournalism.

He'll use what he learns from the "Data Bootcamp for Educators," an @IRE_NICAR fellowship for educators.https://bit.ly/3i3ZzCo

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