The Dayton Daily News will be holding its first community coffee Wednesday, April 11. Editors of the newspaper’s Ideas & Voices pages will be available from 7:30 to 9 p.m. at Ghostlight Coffee, 1201 Wayne Ave., Dayton.
Ron Rollins, associate editor, has asked readers to “come talk about what’s on your mind, but I’d like at least part of the conversation to be about media bias — something our papers are always trying to work on.”
The Dayton Newspaper Guild may help get that conversation started.
Several Guild members will be outside beforehand distributing information and answering your questions regarding the newspaper’s bias against its own workers and coverage of its workforce.
Dayton Newspaper Guild members share our readers’ passion for solid reporting done in the public interest. We also believe that good jobs lay a foundation for a good community supportive of those efforts.
So please consider attending and enjoying a great cup of Ghostlight Coffee courtesy the Dayton Daily News. We’ll supply some food for thought.