[NEW POST] Columbia’s Tow Center for Digital Journalism Releases Report: “Engaging Communities Through Solutions Journalism”
How do South LA residents respond to stories about their community that use a solutions journalism format?
Solutions Journalism: Solutions-oriented journalism explores underlying reasons to social problems...
Dr. Hortensia Amaro on
USC State of the Neighborhood Report
Visions & Voices of South LA
Food, Recreation, and the Arts as Social Justice |
Panel on February 26th, 2015, 6pm
50 Years after the Watts Riots
Producing Media Stories about South LA |
PUBLIC FORUM IN APRIL 2015
RSVP for South LA Democratic Spaces: A collaborative multimedia storytelling investigation of 15 sites of democratic activity in South LA
Learn more about the campaigns and programs of those organizations involved in Democratic Spaces South LA
Community-based organizations across the South LA area are working to improve health, justice and civic vitality for local residents and families
Democratic Spaces Map, South LA:
Check out the locations identified as democratic spaces by South LA community organizers
Photos and videos: See South LA community organizers and the democratic spaces in their neighborhood
A Visual Menu of Communication Methods to
Improve Your Organization's Community Impact
This rubric helps identify which research tools can be employed based on your research questions, budget and staffing.
Resident Connections to Media in South LA:
Different Residents Rely on Different Outlets to Stay on Top of Community Issues
The preferred way South LA residents get local information is by TV, followed by newspapers and radio.
Resident Connections to Organizations in South LA:
A Key Part of the Storytelling Network
85% of South LA residents belong to at least one community group. Cultural, ethnic and religious groups are the most popular.
Digital Media and Community-Based Participatory Research:
A Collaborative Project with the Bresee Community Center
Intergroup Relations in South LA:
Key Findings on the Frequency and Quality of Intergroup Interaction
Compared to Latinos, African Americans in South LA reported higher frequency of intergroup interaction.