Leonard Downie Jr. and Amanda Ripley talk future of community journalism

Host and New America CEO Anne-Marie Slaughter talks to ASU professor and former executive editor of the Washington Post Leonard Downie Jr. and author Amanda Ripley about the future of journalism and how it can help rebuild communities. Learn how news organizations can listen more and build stronger relationships with their audiences while sparking civic engagement.

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