Tauhid Chappell, Author at Generocity Philly

Tauhid Chappell

An eight-year veteran of the media industry, and a resume that includes stints at the Washington Post and Philadelphia Inquirer, Tauhid is also an executive board member and parliamentarian of the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists,oldest association of Black journalists in the country (the chapter responsible for founding the National Association of Black Journalists.) Through PABJ, he launched two cannabis conferences, the Color of Cannabis and the CannAtlantic Conference, both which focused on media, equity and policy in the cannabis space. Tauhid is now a Project Manager for the media policy organization Free Press. He works directly with Philly community organizations and journalists to center community perspectives, expertise and solutions on policing and the criminal legal system, and away from oppressive institutions like police departments.

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‘Issues inside newsrooms bring real-world harm and put Black lives in danger’ column

Apr. 1, 2021 2:41 pm

‘Issues inside newsrooms bring real-world harm and put Black lives in danger’

It's time to bring back a Public Editor to hold media accountable for racism, bias and inequity, says Tauhid Chappell.

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