Resourcing the most marginalized journalists
Why we need identity-aware safety and security training.
Solidarity journalism: An alternative practice
In coverage during and after climate and environmental disasters, stories tend to feature villains, protagonists, apocalyptic narratives and chaos. Catastrophe becomes the lens through which we see the community. But there is another way
Students should lead innovation in the journalism industry
Introducing the College Media Innovation Coalition, a resource for student-led newsrooms to collaborate and communicate.
The majority of Americans say they do not know a Muslim
The need to develop a Muslim media toolkit.
Where public history meets journalism
We can and should grant people agency in our stories.
Founding Four Points
A community centered newsroom on the Crow Indian Reservation, Montana.
The People’s Beat: Finding the right pace as a startup newsroom
Diversifying tasks and coverage while finding solutions to the challenges of being a startup led by people of color.
Growing collaborative local journalism means expecting the unexpected
The Mississippi River Basin Ag & Water Desk, based at the University of Missouri, is finding creative ways to navigate a perpetual struggle: how to make our free, collaborative content so available and relevant that it’s a no-brainer for any local newsroom to join in.
Acknowledging the toll
Why we need trauma-informed safety training for journalists.
Honoring the vulnerability of people’s stories when designing projects
A conversation with Ilia Blinderman, Senior Journalist-Engineer at The Pudding.