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.
Community engagement for underserved communities
Q&A conversation about best practices, challenges and outcomes that emerge from engaging and including different communities in our conversations, newsletters and content.
Engage diverse communities by hosting sessions.
Content Diversity Dashboard
Reveal gaps in coverage of underserved communities by mapping and tagging content.
Pass the Mic
Explore sources from underrepresented communities and add to the diversity of sourcing.
Go into diverse communities to meet community members, listen to their voices and tell their stories.
Digital Advisory Groups
Leverage private social media groups to build relationships with new audiences.
Public Safety Guidance
Transform your coverage to repair relationships and earn trust with communities of color.
Tracking diverse content for Black and Latino communities
For more accurate diversity data, it’s critical to tag your content properly, and you need to understand what to tag and what not to tag.
This 20-minute on-demand training defines unconscious bias, the science behind it, how it can influence behavior, and the impact it can have in everyday scenarios.
Maintaining our commitment to diversity amid the pandemic
Sisi Wei, Keith Woods and Bill Church meet to discuss how our organizations can maintain their commitment to diversity and inclusion amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Office hours: Fault Lines, coronavirus and your challenges
With guests from the Maynard Institute, we open the lines for questions and comments regarding our challenges at this time.
Protected: How Table Stakes projects are helping reach overlooked communities
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Fault Lines: diversity, equity and inclusion
The Maynard Insitute, backed by a grant from the Knight Foundation, will help our journalists see where coverage could improve across socioeconomic status, geography, race, gender and other fault lines.
Coming Full Circle: From Jim Crow to Journalism
USA TODAY’s Mabinty Quarshie interviewed Wanda Lloyd, former Montgomery Advertiser editor and 2019 inductee into the NABJ Hall of Fame, on her recent book: “Coming Full Circle: From Jim Crow to Journalism.”
How to fight racism and not get fired from your mainstream media job
The Los Angeles chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists hosted a webinar titled “How to fight racism and not get fired from your mainstream media job.”