Gateway Journalism Review’s
11th First Amendment Celebration
A foreign correspondent’s view of Ukraine and Russia
The event will feature Evan Osnos, American journalist, author and staff writer at The New Yorker. Osnos has reported on China, Putin, Biden and January 6. His most recent book is entitled Wildland: The Making of America’s Fury.
Additionally, the evening will recognize the late and legendary William Rectenwald, investigative reporter for the Chicago Tribune. Jon Sawyer, of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, will lead the engaging conversation with questions for our honoree capping off the evening.
Please contribute and celebrate GJR’s/SJR’s efforts to promote an informed citizenry and the First Amendment. Your support is a nod to the inextricable relationship between good journalism and a vibrant democracy.
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About the Gateway Journalism Review
Fifty-one years ago the St. Louis Journalism Review was born out of a need to critically examine news coverage amidst protests and civil unrest. It continues today as Gateway Journalism Review, with a quarterly magazine, weekly digital newsletter and news website.
In 2022, amidst new crises, including a pandemic, civil unrest and economic crisis, Gateway Journalism Review/St. Louis Journalism Review continues to critically examine journalism, all the while defending the First Amendment.
The Gateway Journalism Review fundraiser is made possible by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.