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North Carolina journalists and educators talked about “Ethics in the Media” at a Davidson College panel discussion, according to a news story from the college’s website.

Even though the panel was held on Feb. 4, you can check out video of the discussion, posted on the school’s site.

The school’s Vann Center for Ethics held the event and its director, David Perry, ran the hour and a half long panel. The center’s mission statement reads in part:

“The Vann Center for Ethics at Davidson College will foster a broad-based interdisciplinary initiative to bring sustained focus to ethical decision-making and integrity of action and to promote rigorous inquiry and moral reflection on issues and conditions that range from local to global in their significance.”

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