Tag: Hannah Wise
A toolkit for newsrooms to better serve the disability community
A starting point for journalists that is a living document open for comments from the community.
How to support disabled journalists in your newsroom
“How could I possibly feel like I belong in an industry where I can’t even get in the door?”
Disability history that journalists should know to improve coverage
Get to know these key moments from disability history and how they inform disability activism, policy and culture.
Three disability questions every editor should ask
Accessible editing practices elevate disabled voices, eliminates ableism and makes journalism more accurate.
It’s time to move beyond ‘inspiration porn’ and cover disability authentically and accurately
Every beat is a disability beat.
Alt-text is journalism: Enhancing your reporting with accessibility
Learning to write alt-text can deepen your reporting and improve how you tell stories online.
Digital accessibility is a cultural shift newsrooms need now
You don’t need to be an engineer or web developer to make your work accessible to disabled audiences.
Is disability invisible in your newsroom? It’s beyond time to fix that
If teens on TikTok can add captions to videos, you can, too.
Journalists discuss social media’s struggle to navigate the line between free speech and hate speech
Tessa Weinberg and Yanqi Xu WASHINGTON — Social media sees it all. From the photos we share to keep friends and family in the loop, to violent content in the wake of terror attacks, the ubiquitous platforms that increasingly define our lives are struggling to spur connections rather than deepen divisions. It’s an issue journalists … Continued
D.C. symposium to discuss social media and the First Amendment
Missouri-Hurley and Price Sloan Symposium will be held April 25 in Washington