The Journalism in Sports, Culture and Social Justice Department focuses on Innovative Storytelling using visual journalism, Audience Development, Arts and Entertainment, and Data applicable to sports, Arts and Entertainment, and Social Justice.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. ’48 once said, “Education must enable one to sift and weigh evidence, to discern the true from the false, the real from the unreal, and the facts from the fiction.”
While defining the importance of education, Dr. King also could have been writing journalism’s mission statement. Those principles have not changed. However, in the 15 years of Morehouse’s journalism program, the discipline has become a rapidly evolving multimedia environment that has chopped down the past’s print, broadcast, and photographic silos.
Founded by famed filmmaker Spike Lee ’79 and the late ESPN sports columnist Ralph Wiley, the Journalism in Sports, Culture, and Social Justice addresses the needs of student journalists who are mastering media and technological literacy using creativity and innovation.
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