• Introducing 100 Percent Pittsburgh

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    The Pittsburgh Foundation is engaging advocates and people who have experienced poverty in helping us make sure that our regional economy benefits everyone. Research shows that 30 percent of Pittsburgh's population lives at or near the poverty line. Through our 100 Percent Pittsburgh organizing principle, we're working closely with the two groups at greatest risk of poverty in our region: single women raising children, and youth ages 12 to 24 especially those involved in the juvenile justice system.

    Together, we can make sure that 100 percent of our neighbors have access to opportunity. www.pittsburghfoundation.org Show less
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    • The Power to Make Your Corporate Giving More Rewarding - Duration: 113 seconds.

      • 1 month ago
      Maxwell King, Yvonne Maher and Jennie Zioncheck of The Pittsburgh Foundation explain how its Center for Philanthropy helps corporations and family businesses establish corporate philanthropy plans....
    • Jameel Jaffer: Digital Journalism in the Public Square - Duration: 28 minutes.

      • 3 months ago
      Jameel Jaffer, executive director, Knight First Amendment Institute, Columbia University, talks about the lack of transparency of social media companies and how they decide to accept/restrict certa...
    • Indira Lakshmanan: Freedom of the Press in today's political climate - Duration: 21 minutes.

      • 3 months ago
      Indira Lakshmanan, Newmark chair in journalism ethics at the Poynter Institute and columnist for The Boston Globe, interviews former U.S. Congressman Mickey Edwards, about how the current political...
    • April Ryan: Current Threats to the First Amendment - Duration: 45 minutes.

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    • Grant Oliphant: Welcome Message - Duration: 22 minutes.

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      Listen to Grant Oliphant, president of The Heinz Endowments, as he opens the second day of the First Amendment in the 21st Century conference.
    • Rob Rogers: Editorial cartooning and the First Amendment - Duration: 50 minutes.

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      Rob Rogers, former editorial cartoonist at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette who was fired by the publisher in June 2018, is interviewed by The Heinz Endowments president Grant Oliphant regarding his car...
    • Jeanne Pearlman: How the First Amendment in the 21st Century conference evolved - Duration: 6 minutes, 37 seconds.

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      Jeanne Pearlman, senior vice president for program and policy at The Pittsburgh Foundation, provides some background about the conference and how it came to be. She also provides a an overview of t...
    • Trevor Timm, Andrew Conte and Panel: Technology Freedom and Responsibility - Duration: 1 hour, 20 minutes.

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      Co-founder and executive director of the Freedom of the Press Foundation Trevor Timm points out how technology plays a big and continually changing role in journalism and media. Timm then joins a p...
    • Respondents Panel: Robert Rosenthal, Mila Sanina, Tony Norman and Wasiullah "Wasi" Mohamed - Duration: 1 hour, 3 minutes.

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      Robert Rosenthal, board member and executive producer at the Center for Investigative Reporting, leads the panel discussion of the state of journalism and news organizations in today's media landsc...
    • Jonathan Sotsky: The First Amendment on college campuses - Duration: 33 minutes.

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      Jonathan Sotsky, director, learning and impact at the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation speaks to two Pittsburgh-based college students to understand how the First Amendment impacts and affect...
    • Martha Rial: The Artist's Voice - Duration: 5 minutes, 37 seconds.

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      Mila Sanina, executive director of PublicSource interviews Jenni Monet, an independent journalist who writes about Indigenous rights and injustice. They discuss the importance of First Amendment pr...
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