Diversity

Capturing Quiet Acts of Resistance

By Diversity June 11, 2015

My objective as a visual storyteller is to connect with individuals and families on an intimate level, especially if this leads to long-term trusted relationships. When collaborators find a level of vulnerability that allows them to reveal unseen aspects … Read more

Why Newsroom Diversity Works

By Diversity June 10, 2015

The news industry has been talking about diversity for decades, but the talk, many say, often has not been followed by action. “The needles never really seem to move,” says Nikole Hannah-Jones, a reporter covering racial injustice for The … Read more

Where Are the Women?

By Diversity September 11, 2014

At a time when women head fewer major U.S. newspapers than they did 10 years ago, there is a place where women run not only some of the nation’s leading papers but the major public TV station and private … Read more

Anna Holmes

By Diversity September 11, 2014

Related Article Where Are the Women? Why we need more female newsroom leaders PLUS Read more stories from prominent female leaders The gatekeepers, the managers, could do well to constantly push themselves to broaden their … Read more

Geneva Overholser

By Diversity September 11, 2014

Related Article Where Are the Women? Why we need more female newsroom leaders PLUS Read more stories from prominent female leaders The newsroom culture desperately needs to shift from the old “We journalists know news, … Read more

Debra Adams Simmons

By Diversity September 11, 2014

Related Article Where Are the Women? Why we need more female newsroom leadersPLUS Read more stories from prominent female leaders I had women who nurtured my career and helped me grow as a newsroom leader. Read more

Wanda Lloyd

By Diversity September 11, 2014

Related Article Where Are the Women? Why we need more female newsroom leadersPLUS Read more stories from prominent female leaders Bringing women and people of color into an organization means also respecting them for their … Read more