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The Freedom Forum’s Chips Quinn Scholars Web site gives voice to young journalists of color by encouraging the exchange of ideas about newspaper journalism and diversity issues. You may download material from the Chips Quinn Web site for your personal, educational or non-commercial use with appropriate credit to the Chips Quinn Scholars’ program and the author.

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We are a nonprofit organization that does not collect personal information about you unless you provide us that information voluntarily. We won’t sell, rent, license or provide that information to any third party unless required to do so by judicial, legal or other government proceedings.

The site provides feedback and "Ask the Coach" forms that ask for the author’s name and e-mail address.

The e-mail addresses of Chips Quinn Scholars will be used to contact them with news about the program and their colleagues.

Chips Chatter is open to all program alumni and is password protected. A Bulletin Board is provided for the use of all viewers. No information from exchanges in these boards is collected by the program. But know that the postings are public and can be copied, used and distributed by other visitors. Responsibility for postings to these message boards lies with the authors.

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The Chips Quinn Web site collects aggregated and anonymous site-visitation statistics using cookies and scripts. We do this to improve content and services offered to our site visitors. Our cookies do not contain any personally identifying information. When someone visits our site, a cookie is placed on the visitor's computer (if the visitor accepts cookies). If the user has visited the site previously, the cookie is read. Most Web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you usually can change your browser to prevent that.

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Changes to our policies

We occasionally might update this statement. We suggest that visitors revisit this page periodically to learn of any changes to our policy and practices.

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