From Technical.ly: Poverty in Philadelphia is the intractable elephant in the room. We are stubbornly poor. It’s a major problem. Yet there are solutions in various corners of the city — and those elsewhere worth importing — that need more attention. (Read more.)
Jean Friedman-Rudovsky joined #WitnessesChat, a monthly conversation hosted by Witnesses to Hunger, a research and advocacy group comprised of mothers and caregivers of young children who have experienced hunger and poverty, to talk about improving reporting on poverty. (Read more.)
50 years after the original, the Poor People’s Campaign is back. And we talk with Jean Friedman-Rudovsky about the new reporting collaborative “Broke in Philly.”
Scroll to 6:15 for interview. From: WHYY.
Broke in Philly editor Jean Friedman-Rudovsky listens as WHYY Vice President for News and Civic Dialogue Sandra Clark speaks on a panel on “Building Trust with the Public” during the Society of Professional Journalists conference Sunday at the Klein College of Media and Communication at Temple University. WHYY is one of 19 news organizations partnering with Broke in Philly. (Read more.)