The Poynter Minority Writers Workshop



The Poynter Minority Writers Workshop

 "A transformative four-day seminar that helps journalists of color find their voice and build skills for writing opinion pieces and personal essays."

Organizer Poynter Institute

"Poynter is an instructor, innovator, convener and resource for anyone who aspires to engage and inform citizens. We serve not only 21st-century democracies, but those in corners of the globe where people who honor freedom and self-government struggle against tyrants and autocrats."

When?

Thu, Nov. 7 - Sun, Nov. 10, 2019

Where?

The Poynter Institute
801 Third Street South
St. Petersburg, FL. 33701
United States of America
"Built in 1985, The Poynter Institute’s modern architecture is surrounded by lush Florida vegetation and swaying palm trees. Inside the building, visitors find warm Honduran mahogany wood, floors of marble from a quarry outside Verona and a particular way that light streams through the windows that welcomes them and invites ...

"Built in 1985, The Poynter Institute’s modern architecture is surrounded by lush Florida vegetation and swaying palm trees. Inside the building, visitors find warm Honduran mahogany wood, floors of marble from a quarry outside Verona and a particular way that light streams through the windows that welcomes them and invites them to relax, to think, to learn and to share ideas.

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