Where is America headed in the 2018 midterm elections—and beyond?
Go inside the nation’s newsrooms as they cover the midterm elections and gear up for 2020. Guest speakers from political campaigns and advocacy groups will join reporters and editors from The Boston Globe, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, NPR, Fox News, and BuzzFeed.
Led by Pulitzer Prize winning reporter and director of Northeastern University’s School of Journalism Jonathan Kaufman and Dukakis Center head Theodore Landsmark, the Myra Kraft Open Classroom will feature top editors and reporters from around the country as well as advocates and expert professors giving an inside view of these increasingly turbulent times.
All events run Wednesdays, 6 to 8pm, in 20 West Village F. Directions here.
|Midterm Madness: The Political and Media Landscape
|–Shira Center, Political Editor, The Boston Globe
|President Trump and the Courts
|–Woody Hartzog, Professor of Law, Northeastern Law School, expert in First Amendment and Privacy
|The Crisis in the Catholic Church and the Future of Investigative Reporting
|–Walter Robinson, Editor at Large, The Boston Globe
-Members of the Boston Globe Spotlight team
|LGBTQ: Victories, and Battles Ahead
|–Evan Wolfson, Founder, Freedom to Marry; Leader of Gay Marriage Movement
|The Future of Boston Media
|–Ben Godley, Chief Operating Officer and President, WGBH
–Ellen Clegg, former Editorial Page Editor, Boston Globe
–Dan Kennedy, Associate Professor, Northeastern University School of Journalism
|–Dan Lothian, former White House correspondent, CNN
–Callum Borchers, Reporter, WBUR, former Politics and Media Reporter for the Washington Post
|Reporting and Battling Climate Change
|Midterm analysis: What Just happened
|Race, Inequality and the New Battles over Affirmative Action
|–Daniel Golden, Pulitzer-Prize Winning Reporter and Editor, ProPublica
|The Battle Over Immigration
|The Conservative Wave