In late October 2012, Pittsburgh Lesbian Correspondents brought together a panel of engaging “experts” to discuss issues related to fairness, accuracy and language in social media. Our session was part of Podcamp Pittsburgh.

Aria Charles – a local fundraising and development professional, Aria serves on the Board for Best Buddies. @unocal76fan

Chaz Kellen – Chaz is the Diversity Manager with The Pittsburgh Pirates as well as the founder of Unbreakable Drive, @ChazKellem

Chris Potter – Editor in Chief of the City Paper and a journalist for 15 years. Chris has also been blogging at the City Paper site and delving into Twitter @CPotterPgh

Tony Norman – Columnist and part of the Editorial staff at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Tony has recently been using Twitter at the behest of a college student he met during a presentation @TonyNormanPG


Moderator: Sue Kerr, editor of this blog and found at @PghLesbian24

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Style Guides for References Purposes

The ARC – (people with intellectual and developmental disabilities)


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