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RJI opens ONA22 with hands-on workshop exploring source diversity in journalism
The session also introduced a new tool, co-developed with Chalkbeat, that helps newsrooms audit their source lists to identify overrepresented and underrepresented voices.
We’re launching a free tool for journalists to track source diversity
How to sign up and use it for free.
Upward and beyond
What happens next?
News managers can take simple steps to better support journalists of color
Once you understand their challenges, what will you do?
Announcing the Upward coaching cohort
Six rising leaders of color will focus on creating impact and culture change in their organizations.
How to become a mentor or sponsor
It can feel daunting and overwhelming to shape someone’s career. Here’s a few easy ways to get started.
Successful leaders of color need a deep bench of support. Here’s how you can help
It’s time to think about mentoring and coaching as a team sport, not 1 to 1.
Leaders of color could be the future of local news — as long as we can convince them to stay
Journalists of color need internal and external support to accelerate their pace of growth and development.
RJI’s 2021–2022 fellows named
The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute has awarded eight fellowships for the 2021–22 academic year that address a range of topics, from building collaborations around new kinds of content to inventing newsroom tools to exploring innovative ways to think about ongoing challenges. “These projects are a terrific mix of efforts to solve problems and explore … Continued
We asked journalists: How do you fit in time to learn about industry information?
In the midst of so much to do, how and when do journalists take the time to learn more about our industry? And what formats or platforms make learning easy? I’ve been asking those questions as I wrap up a really cool project and want to share what I’ve learned in ways that are useful … Continued