Happy #MLK Day! Here at USC Annenberg, as we observe Dr. King’s lifelong commitment to social justice, we also discuss and examine his legacy. Join the #ascjconvo and share your thoughts, impressions and memories of Dr. King on our social media channels. #ascj
Diversity and Inclusion
Starting Friday, December 15, Snapchat will begin distributing and showing bilingual content created by USC Annenberg students who are part of the student-run Latinx media brand Dímelo.
Two Annenberg students create a USC chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) to empower and mentor Asian journalists.
“I’ve always had a love affair with the city of L.A. I was born here, and spent most of my life in the area that I grew up,” said Issa Rae, the creator, writer and star of her own HBO series, Insecure.
Growing up, David Simon remembers arguing at the dinner table about the pitfalls of the gerund lede. He caught what he calls the journalism “virus” early from his father Bernard who trained in journalism and later worked in public relations.