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Well done CPRS. This is a timely announcement and shows leadership on behalf of our profession.
Well said... truth is integrity.
Well said, all (and especially Edsel!)
With digital media enabling everyone to select the "news" we consume based on how well the source agrees with our own biases, true facts will get lost or overlooked. PR's role is to not only present actual facts, but help curate the din of alternative facts that threaten to drown out the truth.
Please add my own aging "BRAVO!" to the timely actions of PRSA, CIPR, and our own CPRS in this era of hostility toward communicators. Having spent 60 years of my life actively expressing and championing the foundational values of "honesty, accuracy, integrity and truth" in PR, teaching this gospel to others, and battling our critics and nay-sayers, I am more proud than ever today to be a Life Member of our Society.
This is exactly why I have always disliked the use of the word 'spin' and its association to what we do as PR professionals.
I completely agree.
The world needs communicators with integrity more than ever.
We need to lead by example, because actions do speak infinitely louder than words alone.
Bravo! We do have to speak in front of such stupidity!
Pleased to see this after reading PRSA's statement. Keep it up!
Bravo! CPRS. We all need to speak out publicly at times like these. Proud to be a member.
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