Maintaining our commitment to diversity amid the pandemic

In this webinar, Sisi Wei, director of programs at OpenNews, Keith Woods, NPR’s chief diversity officer, and Bill Church, VP of standards and ethics at Gannett, meet to discuss how our organizations can maintain their commitment to diversity and inclusion amid the coronavirus pandemic.


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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. This webinar focuses on current challenges surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.

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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. This is an opportunity to help us reach and sustain new readers who have been neglected, misunderstood or overlooked in the past.


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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.”


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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.” It was a robust panel discussion and side chat, tackling key questions around protests, donations, newsroom power structures, and mental health. USA TODAY’s Cristina Silva helped organize the panel.


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Black women, politics, culture, society, trauma and healing

Nichelle Smith, Dr. Aisha Lowe and Kimberly Melton joined LIVE with Dr. AMC & Friends for a thoughtful roundtable discussion.


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