Diversity workshop series: Social fault lines
Description: What are social fault lines and how do we question them, define them and report through them? Applications include: covering race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality and disabilities.
Led by: Romi Ruiz of USA TODAY and Earl Hopkins of the Austin American-Statesman
Recommend reading: Sincerely, Leaders of Color, a column series by POC news leaders
Helpful resource: The DEI Coalition’s excellent guide on allyship for white managers
Diversity Tooklit for Newsrooms has a section on Digital Advisory Groups for useful background
Ethics and practices for reporting on traumatized individuals and communities, done in partnership with the Dart Center for Trauma in Journalism
More training on Diversity & Inclusion:
Be the Beat: How to do CPR*
Tips and videos of CPR dos and don’ts from the American Heart Association with rich data and insights on women’s heart health – not a certification class.
10 ways to achieve equity in your storytelling
A diverse team of journalists in DEI jobs and teams across the company compiled their insights to help.
Antisemitism briefing by the American Jewish Committee
We will discuss the history of antisemitism, where it comes from and its evolving nature. We will discuss how to recognize subtle and blatant forms of antisemitism so that reporters will be able to recognize it when they see it.
Understanding the Fault Lines framework for diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging
Jean Marie Brown of Texas Christian University and the Maynard Institute explores the Fault Lines themselves and reflect on how the framework has been used to shape Table Stakes challenges.