Events

In Conversation With Mother Jones

Mother Jones is bringing its fearless reporting and in-depth conversations to a city near you. Our “In Conversation” series features timely discussions with writers and changemakers who are driving the national conversation forward.

The series kicked off in February 2018 with Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors and author asha bandele, and has gone on to feature conversations with today’s most influential voices, including civil rights leaders Reverend William J. Barber and Mustafa Ali, the former EPA senior adviser and climate activist. Mother Jones events attract audiences as large as 800 people, and have engaged audiences of more than 8 million people through Mother Jones’ livestream, social media sites, and web and podcast content.

Join Us for Our 2018-19 Events

April 11, 2019: When We Lead: Women’s Voices Reshaping Our Media (The New School, NYC)

Join us and a stellar list of panelists for a timely conversation about how women in the media are pivotal in shaping and amplifying the narrative of this critical moment for gender equality. Panelists include Samhita Mukhopadhyay (executive editor, Teen Vogue), Antonia Hylton (correspondent and producer, Vice News Tonight on HBO), Kat Aaron (producer, Pineapple Street Media), Imara Jones (creator and host, The Last Sip on Free Speech TV), and Mother Jones’ Jamilah King as moderator.

Spring/Summer 2019: Food for Thought event series in partnership with Food Tank

Join Mother Jones and Food Tank for an extraordinary evening of conversations about access, affordability, and equity in the food system. Live from San Francisco’s SFJazz Center, national investigative news organization Mother Jones and Food Tank, America’s fastest-growing nonprofit in food and agriculture, will host some of today’s top leaders in food, from chefs and restaurateurs to local officials and advocates who are changing what’s on our plates.

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